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... before. It began with a lesson on local foods before we got moving. As a group we made 5 or six dishes. A chicken curry, marinated beef kebabs, a sambal, gado gado with peanut sauce, steamed and grilled fish with marinade, and nasi goreng. For dessert we had pandan pancake with coconut and palm sugar filling and black rice with coconut sauce. A few Bintang assisted with the cooking and washing it all ...
... work in circles (the Australian man also explained this to me). Once you hit a wave, weather you exit gracefully or fall, you will end up back in the water. You need to get your board and move out of the way STAT because there will be more surfers coming at you and fast. So for us today, the exit was to the right. So each time you fall, you go far right and then paddle back up. It's also easier to paddle back up when you are on the outside of the circle of the large ...
... impossible to find had we not had a local driver. The first one was called Green Bowl Beach. Photos attached. The only bad or good thing about it (whichever way you look at it) is that you had to walk down over a hundred very steep steps to get to the beach. Once there though, the water temperature, the beach and the monkeys were well worth the trip. Or so we thought..........until it was time to climb back up the stairs! This tested the cardio ...
... the preserver (Vishnu) and the
destroyer (Shiva). He explained that Hinduism as it is practiced in Bali, is flexible, without too many “rules”. It seems the Balinese people take their religion seriously though, leaving offerings at temples, in doorways, on car dashboards, on the ground – pretty much everywhere. Offerings consist of flowers, rice seeds, crackers, and sometimes even noodles, arranged on a ...
... the way, I realise we have completely reversed our normal travel habits. Instead of staying at the fancy 5 star hotels and then wandering down the beach to the more local bars, we are staying in a really cheap place (20 quid a night for the two of us) and heading to the nice hotels for coffee and croissants. It seems that one way or another we just can't wean ourselves off our bit of luxury every day! I hope you are all enjoying your Monday mornings as much as we ...
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Jl. Raya Uluwatu II No. 36 C, Jimbaran | 4 star hotelfrom $136