Bali Segara Hotel
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... a really cool tea and coffee plantation. We were shown round and explained to how it all worked and then got provided with a bunch of free samples of the teas and coffees which were all delicious. We also went to the monkey forest that day. The creatures are amazing, photos don’t do them justice, the way they move and interact is just incredible. We got caught in the rain on the way home though which wasn’t so fun as it was dark and I couldn’t see ...
... t much of a chance to see any. Four of us headed to Dream Beach to see if we could find Emma. I remembered the beach there to be quite rough and had voiced my concerns before they left! Wisely they took one look and headed off somewhere else. In the meantime we had a drink and snack at the cafe there. Rather swisher than last year when there was a sandy floor, I'm sure. As we were heading over to see Devils Tears up rocked Sarah and ...
... a holy man was busy sprinkling holy water on the food and buildings. The whole ceremony seemed a bit casual. We met sons, daughters and grandmas while the pig was being “prepared”. At 10:30 AM we were eating pork that Ketut had cooked over a fire, on a spit much earlier in the morning. Apparently men eat first and left-overs are taken home by family members.
This visit made us curious about religion in Bali. We discovered it ...
Well it has been a couple of months since my last effort so there may be a few short "catch up" entries in the blog to bring things up to speed.
Departing Africa for Bali via Singapore was the usual long haul flight experience made a little more pleasant by the decision of Nicky Rattray to join me on this part of the journey. Nicky had never been to Bali in all her world travels so it was fun to be the one ...
... the midday heat. The weather here has been quite accommodating with temperatures from 25-29C, despite a bit of humidity there was a constant coastal breeze that kept both of us happy. The markets are full of clothes, every stall looks pretty similar with brightly-decorated dresses, trousers, shorts and tops. Alongside these ornate pieces you can also find the 'Bintang singlet’; Australians visit Bali like Britons visit the Costa del Sol, different laws (e.g. police ...