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... had arranged to take a cooking class at a cafe near the Monkey Forest, so she left us there. The rest of us returned to the hotel and then 4 of us made one final shopping trip to the center of town. Sadly, we did not get to visit the Ubud Market. The main building is being renovated, and will not reopen for another 6 months. However, there are plenty of shops to visit along Monkey Forest Road. While I was window shopping I saw a pair of earrings ...
... Friday I realized the folly of booking it on Monday after a big weekend. After a quick email I booked it on Thursday. Well I had it today and it went ‘effin awesome. The kids were great and the lesson went really well. I did a math lesson. Teaching math helps me with my fear of math. I can remember falling asleep in Grade 12 basic math because I had no idea what was going on. It was that or maybe I was always exhausted from trying to make it down ...
... relaxed me more, and I was comforted by what must have been body memories of holidays past.
We had tea afterward, hot and refreshing, then a ride into town. UBUD!
Ubud is a smaller town, with less traffic and more green than Seminyak. It is still very commerical but is not as aggressive. There are many places to get massages, pedicures, spiritual guidance. Between the commerical streets are neighborhoods with family ...
... the soul of Bali. Ubud is one of my favorite places in Bali…outside of the tourism. We decided to jump right into things and headed to the Monkey forest. The monkey forest is right in Ubud and it is a forest in the middle of the town filled with wild monkeys. The funny thing is that I have been to Ubud 5 different times and have never ventured inside the monkey forest. I tried once over Christmas and as I entered in I could see all of the ...
... of sunscreen used: 1.5
# of sunburns: 2
# of learning experiences: infinity!
I'm sure I could go on, but then we'd both be bored. So that's it, a little cross section of what we've been up to for the past couple of months. Making lists is fun, I encourage you all to try it!
Tomorrow we're off to Sumbawa for three weeks, so I'm sure there will be even more to add after that!