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Travel Blogs from Lovina Beach
... to the stage as one of the best costumes and we won a prize.We were picked out of 150 people so not a bad start to Noddy & Big ears coming out!!!
Not particularly travel friendly but it will be regifted to one of the Balinese people here. You have to look at the pictures to guess which is the present!!
So they have been a great hit by the Balinese who actually have no idea who Noddy and Big Ears are..........but ho really cares, just a bit of fun ...
the only thing that is sustaining the economy up here and the Balinese are well
aware of it and from what I have observed, they are really keen to get their
kids educated to make sure they can be a part of this emerging country. Statistics say they do not have any
more people below the poverty than Australia does so they are adapting to these
changes very well. Sadly, I think the beauty of the place will be lost as more
... to monkeys) and started chasing after me. I turned and ran all the while laughing heartily. I was much faster than the monkey and he gave up after a short chase. I was quite popular with the Indonesians who had seen the spectacle and we shared a good laugh about it.
After monkey forest I was pretty tired so we went to a coffee shop called Kopi Bali. There we met a server named Gede, pronounced Good’ay (like the Aussies say it). He asked us what we were ...
... carved thrones adorned with a poleng (black and white checkered cloth) and a tedung (bright red/gold) umbrella sticking out. These are all adorned with canang sari. These are little palm leave woven pouches filled with offerings of rice, flowers, smatterings of food, incense and usually a cigarette on top.. then anything else you think may please the gods. Today we saw one with a dead bird in it.... so it's ...
... 17th century Hindu-Buddist temple on Lake Bratan which had a ceremony of blessing and scattering of ashes in the lake for a recently cremated person.
We also visited the Botanical gardens which were a bit bleak as no flowers were in bloom. The area was being visited by large groups of children from Java. Java is so over populated the Javanese come to Bali for end of term /school etc.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet