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... 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 ...
... and will eventually by a graceful and airy house overlooking ricefields and coconut palm forests. Then on to lunch at a vegetarian restaurant called "Elephant" on the other side of Ubud. The food was delicious, friendly staff and the brainchild of an ex Byron Bay chef.
I just had time for lunch to digest when I headed off to have a one hour massage with the miracle worker Ida - my idea of the best masseur in the world. She somehow negotiates all ...
... practiced some yoga (Ubud is very famous for yoga and being a spiritual place), wandered around looking at various art for sale (the people are very talented and creative, and their sculptures, paintings, etc... are amazing), and I ate. I ate everything. Wow, the food is amazing! I also did a cooking class (always enjoyable) and visited the sacred monkey forest sanctuary (a dense patch of jungle in the ...
... for borneo … I want more surf and ocean..but I don’t want to leave Ubud / the house… a self proclaimed shaman wants to take a group to the beach for a ceremony .. but I have some aversion to organized paid shamanism….I need to fix my computer for work in the city but could just keep borrowing other people’s and work on my phone and avoid the city…
Too much thinking.. they are all good options and I should just enjoy which ever.. ...
... to see why. This area is off the beaten path and there are no tour buses that come here. We only stayed for a few minutes and then Made drove us along the winding road through the terraces which was a pretty drive. From here, it was about a 90 minute drive to another temple called Tanah Lot. Definitely nice, but in my opinion, not as nice as the temple by the lake. Tanah Lot is also known for its sunset as there are a ton of restaurants along the water ...