Green Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... spree! We continued our walk down Legian, passing the ground zero monument which is dedicated to the people that died during the Bali bombings. We were quite surprised to see that the largest number of deaths were Australians rather than Indonesians (second, Britain was third). Feeling that we'd seen everything Kuta had to offer we wanted to book a day tour to some of the sights we'd seen on the island - canvassing a few people, toying with renting a car and the like ...
... or at least a much more obvious thing in S.E. Asia then in the UK. A certain level of familiarity means that in Malaysia we hardly notice the calls to prayer at 5am and the Chinese shrines. In Bali most people are Hindu and there are shrines and temples everywhere. Outside every house and shop you also come across little bamboo leaf trays filled with flowers, a sweet or a cigarette and an incense stick burning in it. These offerings are made 3 times a day and the pavements are littered ...
... off), but there were great views and lots of monkeys around. These monkeys are the naughty monkeys. You get peanuts when you walk in so that you can feed them to keep them away from you, and you are advised to take off your hat and sunglasses prior to entering because the monkeys are known to steal them. While we were sitting watching the sun go down, a monkey jumped onto Andy's head! We think the monkey saw bug in his hair and was just trying to be helpful, but Andy claims otherwise.
... is Jade's birthday today so we are all heading into Ubud to celebrate this evening, to a restaurant called Nomads. Two full taxi rides into the city later we gathered at a large table, frangipani flowers placed in our hair as we were seated, while Balinese bamboo xylophone music was gently played live in the background. Wednesday. Lesson plan, hung out and read in bed over the mid day break, then at school, we taught basics of reduce reuse recycle. We created a word search ...
We woke up at the crack of dawn this morning ready to hike a volcano. The four of us (Debbie, Hannah, Mel and I) jumped into the jeep and went barreling down the road at 80km/h driving in the middle of the road and only moving over to the side at the last second to allow the car coming in the opposite direction to pass. There are no seat belts in the vehicles here, except in the front seats. Our lives were in our drivers hands as he passed ...