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... people we have met in all of our travels so far. In Ubud, we met so many locals who were excited to talk to us and tell us about their culture. On our last day as we were waiting for our bus first thing in the morning, an old lady sweeping the streets said hello, asked where we were from and then seeing our backpacks asked us if we were leaving. She bid us a friendly farewell and left us with smiles on our faces as we set off to explore more of ...
... but different', being the local fruit and imported fruit. He showed us a lot of the spices and foods we would be using at the cooking class to follow. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour through the markets but it did become a little too much in the end and I couldn't wait to get out. The only thing negatively I could say about the markets was I would suggest that one did not buy the fish...lol.
We had a fair walk back to the cooking school ...
... was more fun than he sounds and after looking for a decent room we found one to share in a little homestay right on the beach for four quid. That was two quid each including breakfast and I even got to eat Gerald's omelette as well given that he didn't eat egg. We went for a swim as the sun was setting, had dinner and a drink to wash it down with.
I went for an early swim before breakfast then Gerald and I jumped on a boat with 3 other people heading to ...
Cremations are required by Balinese custom, usually on an auspicious day determined by much consulting of stars, moon, religious calendars and a local holy man or two. After considerable community involvement and logistics, a female Brahman (priest) was cremated on March 20, 2014. We were fortunate to be able to celebrate the release of her soul. Once her body has been reduced to ash, these must be either spread in the ocean or one of the many rivers here in ...
... that would have been home in a laboratory. A glass conical on top that held the coffee, the water below was then filtered through and a fabulous cup of coffee was the result. The food was also a hit and we returned for dinner the following evening.
Our cycle tour through the paddies actually began with a very early pick up from our hotel and after an hours drive after picking up a few more budding Bradley’s we arrived at a cliff top restaurant ...