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... the beans out of the mongoose poop. Then they clean them very well. Then they peel the skin of the coffee bean off and roast them. Then they grind them up for consumption. Then we drank some!!!! This is extremely expensive stuff and a once in a lifetime opportunity. How could I possibly say no? The little hut they had set up for the sampling was awesome. This farm was very clean and kept up with many plants and flowers. When we bought the "cat-poo-ccino" (get ...
... br> they play some oldish Spanish music. Once you've reached the balcony
you can admire golden statues all over the roof. This man was
megalomaniac, but in a cool way ! Thanks for the cocktail
Antonio, may you rest in peace.
I'm spending a lot of time with my
sister (whom you won't see on photos, just not her thing) and my
niece (the lovely girl with the pink hair). She just started Tuesday
at Green School, which I visited, is ...
The short 90 mins trip inland and up to Ubud. I wouldn’t dream of driving here. Besides the narrow roads and many, many scooters, at most intersections were no directional signs. The roads seem to criss cross the island.
Ubud is Bali's main arts and cultural centre, recently made famous by the Hollywood movie, Eat Pray Love. Let’s see if it's in fact ...
... twinkle lights, and K-Mart commercials. It was all I could do not to belt out the lyrics to Let It Snow over the wall to Shawn. Again, were I in the US, I would have been greatly disturbed by the dissonance, perhaps permanently so. Kenny G's Christmas + massage = the psychic equivalent of biting into aluminum foil while eating cheesecake. But here I am in Bali, where people smile and look you in the eye and wear flowers in their hair. The ...
... again for lunch. Once again the food was great but the heat was almost unbearable. We made it back to the hotel and cooled off once more before relaxing on the veranda for the better part of the afternoon. By the time early evening came we were ready for dinner and we thought we'd try a local hotspot called 'The Pond'. We took a walk in the early evening swelter just up the road and found ourselves a nice table overlooking the paddy fields at night. 'The Pond' spoke pretty ...