Komaneka at Bisma
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... when I get home, my tan is very unimpressive and should feel very bad about itself!The food in the hotel is really good and I had a lovely chocolate milkshake to complete my afternoon of indulgence. Beofr ewe left me and Valeska went for a walk down the beach which was lovely, she is such a sweet person and its just a shame that I wasn't able to know her for longer. When we got back to the village I spoke to Zoe and Mum and they ...
... no cover from the sun. That said, the rice fields and banana trees were quite the sight. I continued onward and passed through small village after small village. At one point I passed an elderly lady bathing in the ditch by the road that was full of running water. I wondered if some of these people had never ventured down to Ubud. If family ties are so important, maybe going elsewhere does not make sense to many people. I ...
... lunch before setting off for the most famous rice terraces in Ubud. We got a chance to have a walk around the terraces and even see some of the locals harvesting who were keen to show us their techniques using some very sharp blades – glad we don’t have to use them, far too clumsy! We hopped back in the car and headed for a famous temple not 10 minutes away.
This temple is the site of a holy water spring, so worshippers gather in large numbers to come and bathe ...
Today we took advantage of our two pound fifty moped hire and did a 10 hour tour round the Island. We had no real agenda, just a day out soaking up the Balinese way of life which included wacky races/dodgems every time we entered their road system. It's a bit like skiing, you have to rely on everyone coming up behind you, or overtaking, to be the ones ...
... green rollups, a yellow cake kind of thing, and a sweet rice something and mandarin oranges. I ate everything, not Sonia, she ate the fruit. We spent the day wandering around town again, 2nd day is always so much easier. There are ceremonies everyday, I don’t know the reason, except there is a full moon and maybe that has some significance. We met Dawey and her nephew, Yogi at 3pm and rode on their motorbikes to look at the ...