Jati Home Stay
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... spend most of our time eating flies instead of food. We walked into the restaurant area and immediately realised that this would not be the case. We were seated at a table overlooking the paddie fields, but we did not get to see the volcano backdrop, as cloud cover was too low.
We had a delicious buffet lunch, which included a delicious bottle of rosť wine, and then walked back towards the car park - our tour guide was waiting for us at ...
... and found the waves to be alarmingly large. Thankfully there was no photographer there, because I spent most of the time haggard and beaten by the constant barrage of 6 foot waves with an underdeveloped skill set to pierce through them. 1 hour later I arrived back in bed. Use The Force! Determined, I went back out a while later and was much more successful on some more regular sized waves. It is very exhilarating to watch as a huge mass of water forms a wave behind me ...
... majority of homes have beautiful and often very elaborate family temple structures with their thick straw roofs, neatly etched. Offerings of fruit, rice, herbs and flowers on eco-friendly hand woven little bamboo plates left on their steps.
The expanses of rice fields are broken by occasional tall umbrellas shading religious icons and white ribbons fluttering in the wind to deter the ...
... brought some black rice to try and make the pudding when we get home. When we pulled up at the school I was bursting with excitement and ran down to see everyone, they all gave me lots of hugs and shouted 'Wease!' 'Wease!' so I think they missed me as much as I missed them. I had to tear myself away from them all though to start the cooking class which began with lots of chopping and peeling of onions, garlic, and extremely hot chillies which made my fingers burn!! ...
... well and we had a few little laughs as expected from this crazy couple and even more so as the Celebrant pronounced Simon as Simone. I guess Simon's nerves were fixed slightly by another rafting group passing by and Bride & Groom giving a big wave. It was a short ceremony which I think was great, but it was a beautiful experience and one I will remember for a long time.
Even more hilarious was after the signing of the register and being presented to everyone ...