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... saw the grass weaving wares - baskets, boxes, handbags, napkin rings, coasters, bowls... all painstakingly handmade. Beyond the short stretch of shops we walked past some traditional homes and spied another ceremony carrying on below us. There was a ferris wheel or swing construction in the distance down a beautiful green grass lane with brightly dressed people carrying offerings and having fun. Gamelan music (via a CD!) played out to complete the scene. We ...
... a few hours they seem like great friends and good to have around. I have already told them of my irrational fears of being murdered and they mock me mercilessly but also know how important it is for me to be safe. Getting back to the hotel we all go for a swim to rinse off and talk about the nights happenings. I can hear the roosters crowing welcoming the new day and I have yet to shut my eyes. We all have plans to go surfing tomorrow in about 4.5 hours...we will see ...
... with 11 being the maximum and reserved for kings. Every day it seems like we try a new fruit. Today it was Jackfruit, which tastes like a cross between pineapple and coconut, and was very good. Then it was back in the bus and on to our next stop, Tanah Lot. This is one of the most famous tourist temples in Bali. It's name means "small island floating in the sea" which accurately reflects the way the temple looks at high tide. However, we were ...
... Left Ubud this morning, sadly, and at my last stop now of my Bali trip, a beach town called Sanur. Nice and chilled out - went for the one the guidebook said was popular with retiree's rather than the partiers! Lovely warm sea and hot sand! Great yoga studio right on the beach, which I'm heading to first thing in the morning, and a good little organic cafe, so I'm happily settled for the next couple of days, until I head on to Adelaide to stay with Anna for a couple of months. ...
... we could take a photo of her....then charge $5....damnit. She did seen quite poor so I gave her the money and continued on. We stopped at a coconut stand and drank and ate coconuts for 10c each. The woman from the photo followed behind and bought a whole bag of packet food with money I gave her. The coconuts were full of water and the flesh was slimy and fresh. 11am We stopped at a bar that was situated under a huge white tent. Had a binturong with ...
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Jl. Uluwatu II No. 10, Jimbaran | Hotelfrom $38
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