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Fairly shocking night's sleep on the foam mattress, so we slept in till the early afternoon then had lunch at a nice local organic café. Hannah is now starting to get sick again so we just had another day in the hotel feeling sorry for ourselves – managed to make it out for a dinner of toast and mash potato to try and help us feel ...
... information verbally and different people always say different things 5.no signposts, being expected to just know where I am driving to is 6.no bus timetables 7.really really slow internet 8.cockerals waking me up everyday 9.the attitude towards woman/gays etc 10.the fact that all food is fried i mean all Things i miss about England 1.English tea 2.Bacon/pork 3.Ovens/what comes out of them 4.Fixed prices 5.Sofas 6.Our friends well some of them 7.Really cheap ...
... just in the entrance when one was harassing a tourist and she was ******** herself. I told her to ditch the water bottle as my previous encounters with monkeys has taught me water bottles are for some reason of great interest. Naturally Kirsty having witnessed this was not so happy about all the monkeys everywhere and so on edge, so scarred, that fear is contagious and I became really jumpy for no reason and then Kirsty was wondering why I was jumpy and ...
... with the guy with GPS ;-) we stopped at the side of a road hoping they would catch us up, where we stopped were some guys playing musical instruments, they invited us to sit and watch them play, one guy said they were practising for a ceremony in July, it was so cool to sit and watch! The guys didn't catch up so we went ahead anyway, only 30 mins away. The others made it back safely about 10 minutes after us, phew! It was such a good day, one ...
me and I walked down it.
A few blocks later, a coffee roasting sign caught my eye. I
peaked my head in and the worker told me to go see in the coffee shop across
Up I went into the coffee shop. Shoes off. I sat down and
ordered an iced coffee.
It was a huge wooden community table. It was clearly the
Ubud Expat hang out. A beautiful woman with her mother and a nanny holding her
month old baby was ...