Jati Home Stay
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... at first because my Indonesian is practically non existent, but I got into the swing of things and they all responded really well to the activities I did and the questions I asked them :) In the afternoon we did some trust exercises with a mixed group of older and younger which went down so well. We did partner leading with one blindfolded (I was very nervous about this as they do have a tendency to be horrible to each other!) and they were so good, ...
... tourists throwing them up the trees at the monkeys to catch them. Little did I know that once they saw my bananas there would be some monkey business to follow. They can get quite aggressive and its best to give them the bananas when they grab them, or worse yet grab you! I took one banana and let the macaque grab it straight from my hand. He peeled it in a instant and followed me for more so I gave him another, and another... Before I knew it ...
... band playing while we enjoyed a few Bintang.
The next morning we said goodbye to our new friends who were flying off to KL. We'd planned on leaving too and moving on to our next stop but we changed our plans so we could meet up with Forbes and Sam who are on holidays in Bali for a week on the north coast. We ended up hanging around Ubud for a couple more days where we bashed out a load of planning before heading north to the town of ...
... brightly coloured remnants. These things got me to thinking about how the symbols and statues from religions and traditions which are not our own can more often then not appear strange and a bit scary - the bulging eyes and lolling tongues of the Chinese lion statues, the many arms and bright coloured skin of the Hindu gods, the gruesome figure of the all but naked man, beaten, bloodied, hanging on a cross. And yet rather then being freaked out, we find comfort in the symbols of our own ...
... us and we got to sample many varieties of tea and coffee. We did not sample 'luwak' coffee however, which is the type eaten and fermented by Asian Palm civets (small cat-like animals) before being roasted in the normal way. Apparently it tastes no different to regular coffee so the whole thing seems rather pointless!
Eventually we started the cycle tour which required little to ...