Komaneka at Bisma
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... nicks. Edd swam in the pool, deciding today was a front tan session; his dad sat and read his book in the shade and his mum soaked up the rays - it was going into summer in England, so it was a preemptive tanning session to avoid a translucent bikini body upon return. Priorities. I was finished after 12.15pm and it was G&T o’clock, perfect timing.
I went downstairs, got changed ...
On Friday (1 May) we headed off to Bali for a week with Wendys sister Jan and brother in law Linc. We stayed at the Seminyak Estate Villa & Spa. It was a little humid the first few day but we acclimatised quite quickly and the weather for our stay was fine. As an added bonus is was not peak season so the Seminyak and Kuta were not overrun with masses of tourists!! Our villa was amazing we had a two bedroom Royal Villa with our own private pool ...
Gunung Lebah Temple
One of the biggest temple celebrations which takes place two times a year at auspicious time is in progress, the reason for the beautiful baskets laden with offerings we watch many women carry. The celebration lasts three days. The only way foreigners can enter the temple grounds during this time is if they adhere to the strict dress code.
... fantastic! It was such a good stretch out after the climb and was also really challenging and I managed to do some hard poses that I have been working of for ages, so I was very pleased. In the evening, as it was a Thursday, we met up with the volunteers having the group meal, and had a really nice time. We chatted to everyone and it was nice to see Kimberly again and to say goodbye. The evening ended very nicely with frozen yoghurt so it was a very very good night ...
... of culture and religion they have significant similarities.
My guide, Ketut Zabeth, is a Balinesian Hindu with a great love of culture and religion, who sees the two as inseparable. After touring the Ubud area and seeing the ways that the Hindu religion and local crafts, as well as painting, dance, and music are linked, I have to agree.
Here in Bali it is essentially impossible to distinguish which aspects of life are purely ...