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... group arrived looking exhausted and wet through. He says he doesn't regret doing it but Michael is now complaining of a rather sore undercarriage so I'm not convinced!
After lunch we were dropped back at our hotel and promptly fell asleep for a couple of hours before popping out for a quick bite to eat in the evening.
I think tomorrow will be a slow day!
... their dead in open graves, concealed by bamboo lattices and remarkably preserved by the roots of the fragrant taru menyan tree. There the body draws flies and insects and decomposes in the elements. When entering the cemetery one is greeted with rows upon rows of skulls. The women from Trunyan are prohibited from going to the cemetery when a dead body is carried there. ...
... orang utans left in the world today.
That evening we had a relaxing dinner at our jungle guesthouse and called it a night early as we had a 6 hour morning bus to Semporna. As much as we have learned to hate port cities we know they are necessary to reach many of the most beautiful islands in the world. Semporna is a prime example of this. This dump of a town is the main hub to book all scuba diving activity as accommodation for the islands of Mabul, Sipadan and ...
... transport like vehicles and cars and driving at a sound barrier breaking speed of 70 km / hour. Oh boy what a rush. I was to much of a wuss to go any faster and realistically I was being passed much more frequently than passing people. We drove through alpine passes where it becomes a one lane road and every few feet is a 180 degree turn up or downhill. This was probably my favourite part. We biked up a volcano reaching higher and higher into the sky feeling the temperature ...
... the 4 of us head out on a tour of the surrounding Bali area- Amy and Josh have an impressive itinerary of possible things to see, including rice paddies (which are up for a UNESCO World Heritage Site nomination), a viewing spot of the Batur volcano, and a few temples, all topped off with a fire dance at night. Given how tired we both feel, it is really nice having someone else plan, organize and arrange all of this. All we have to do is show up!
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKajeng Bungalows Ubud
If a swimming pool is a necessity, this is the place to stay. A hot thermos and breakfast free every day. It's also a lovely street to walk on with drawings and writings in all the 2' square cement sidewalk slabs. Good cheap food right across the street with Wi Fi
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