The Lokha Legian
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... and after our showers, it stopped and out appeared the sun and blue skies. The guesthouse provided us with breakfast, which was great, it wasn't a buffet but breakfast made to order. So we had our breakfast on the patio just outside our room. Eggs, bacon and toast for both of us, just what we needed to start our day. We decided we would head to a beach, there are many beaches in Bali and we headed to the closest one. In less than five minutes we had arrived at Legain beach. To say ...
... and didn't know what he was on about. Apparently when they towed the van off to storage they went to turn a corner and "side-swiped" some guys car! The car has a gouge starting on the drivers door, completely through the rear passenger door and halfway along the rear panel (Jeep Cherokee). I'm no expert but there would be many thousands of $ damage. The van is virtually unscathed as the damage was caused by the rear van bumper as it turned the corner. We have a dent on ...
... of hours on the beach and watched the sun set. We went back to the german bakery for dinner but once again chose Indonesian food because they're awaiting the delivery for all the German meals (so they say but who know if and when that will ever happen). Tomorrow will be another very busy day as we've planned another day trip to see some more of Bali before we head back to Ubud SO EXCITED !!! ...
... in the sanctuary are called Balinese macaques but they are also known as long-tail macaques. About 563 macaques currently reside in the Monkey Forest. There are approximately 46 adult males, 166 adult females and 351 young. Nearly all the macaques use all of the forest. Conflicts sometimes arise when two groups are in the same area. The adult males weigh up to 8-10kg and have large canine teeth. The adult females are smaller than the males (4-8kg).
Since monkeys love ...
... able to get a sense of how old this temple is. We were not allowed to enter the areas used for prayer, but we were able to look inside.
After a few more pictures around the temple, we headed to the outdoor theatre to watch the Kecak (monkey) Show. When we bought the tickets for the show, we were given an information sheet about the story shown through the dance. Instead of using instruments to provide music for this dance, there is a choir of 70 ...