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... with them!!! The temple is pretty nice, we don't get to see lots of it though because of the ceremony. After that we head to Padang Padang beach, the beach where the beach scenes from the movie Eat Pray Love has been filmed. By the way, no one in Bali seems to be happy about the publicity the film made..too many tourists heading to that cute little beach, too many persons in Ubud not really interested in Ubud itself but just by the places the film used..anyway. Padang ...
... to a PATH. Granted, it was a narrow, poorly defined path, but at this point, it looked pretty good to us. That was until he broke a large branch off a bush and demonstrated how we should use it to sweep the path ahead of us, presumably to ward off snakes. Seriously!! I was on the verge of suggesting to Carina that we re-trace our steps, but our guide was busy miming talking on the phone to her, which appeared to be an effort to get her phone number!? So, with branch in ...
... which are super gay
- ping pong fun
- shower, meet the girls
- get food after extensive deliberation spearheaded by an over-eager Chris
- leave, listen to a band that plays Hendrix and Pearl Jam
- faith in the world momentarily re-affirmed
- skype will for his birthday
- Go out on the beach and have a go with evil
- Balinese man comes and sits down with me and we smoke a cigarette together
Anders has found a new hobby, to surf! For 14€ he got a personal teacher named Sammy (a local Indonesian talent), a surfing board, a quick theory lesson, and then two hours of practice. Already on the third try he got up on the board and managed to surf a couple of seconds. The first day of surfing ...
... for the amazing sunrise views of the Mount Agung in the distance with clouds and lakes below us and the sights of the last eruption ( Mount Batur is an active volcano). Coming back down was so difficult and the guide had to practically hold my hand! I was in shoes as opposed to appropriate footwear. My final tour took my Tanah Lot for an amazing sunset over the temple which is on the edge of the sea. For my last day in Ubud, I walked from ...