Ari Putri Hotel
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... One very steep hill negotiated, it was back to the villa for a well-needed dip in the plunge pool. After the pool, Nay rang and booked the free 15 minute relaxation massage that came with our room. We headed straight to the spa and were shown into a room with two massage tables and a huge spa bath. The front of the room was completely open and we could hear the sounds of the river rushing along below. The massage was great - working out a lot of knots ...
... now used as 1 room homes for a mixture of young people and young families. We have a second floor room, with a little bit of a balcony, which both removes us slightly from the more permanent residents and gives us the breeze. Downstairs is a young man and a child having what seems to be a playful shouting match... would be more entertaining if it weren't 10:30 at night, but at least they seem to like each other and to be having a good time together.
... we had wifi at the hotel so that we could use the GPS with the map whilst we were on the move and it worked a treat! The car was delivered with hardly any fuel but luckily there are petrol stations everywhere on the main roads of Bali. The petrol stations all seem to be serviced (a guy pumps the fuel for you) but figuring out how to pay was a bit confusing...Dan headed inside to pay as wanted to use a card but the guy in there didn't understand any English and ...
... and stalls selling exactly the same thing can survive next to each other, but they obviously do. It was not too hot, as most of the walk was in the shade but it was definitely humid.
We made it in time for a procession through the street which was blocking all of the traffic. When we asked what it was for, a French woman told us it was the celebration of the birthday of the main temple in Ubud.
We kept walking and ended up at the Lotus Café for ...
... at the bottom of the week-graphics the ingkel of the week is mentioned in red, to indicate that it is not allowed to cut, kill or make offerings to birds (manuk), wood (taru), jointed object e.g. bamboo (buku), fish (wong) or four-legged animals (sato).
The square of a day contains too much information to address here. Apart from the Triwara and Pancawara I want to mention the first two lines ...