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It was sad to leave Ubud, but we had one last morning. After breakfast we walked to the Monkey Forest. We got there so early that the staff had not arrived, so we had to wait for a few minutes. This time, I knew better than to bring bananas for the monkeys so didn't have to deal with a monkey attack like last time. We actually had time to walk through the forest and down to the Temple and holy spring. Even at 8 am it was very hot and humid. One of our ...
... die. For love of the tree and the Gardener, I shut my ears to their criticisms and kept on.
I became weary, weak, worn, as the tree grew heavier and the roots grew deeper, leaving little life for me. But for love of the tree and the Gardener, I kept on, all the while pleading with the Gardener to restore the thing to the life (and life-givingness) it once had.
"Patience, child," he told me.
I strengthened my heart and refused to give up, watching my little ...
... 000Rp which is about 10.50 pounds, which isn't too bad. When we got back we went to my room and it was really good, large with a huge double bed, tv and massive mirror next to the bed which is weird. The next day I went to pay and they said it was 300,000Rp which is obviously 21 quid which is sooooo expensive. (by the way I just got pooed on my a geko that is on the ceiling, how lovely haha). So we argued it and ended up not paying and I gave Abi 150,000 later ...
... of new items of clothing purchased: 5
# of clothing items ditched: >10
# of attacks of Bali Belly: 1
# of really good cups of coffee: disappointingly few
# of really good curries: lots!
# of glasses of wine: 1, and that was a mistake
# of people met up with/bumped into that are also from Tofino: 17!
# of times I've visited the Billabong store in Kuta: 9
# of boat rides: 6
# of snorkelling trips: 0
... giant demon figures called Ogeh-Ogeh which they then paraded down the streets on New Years Eve, chanting and dancing to scare off all of the demon spirits. I picked a spot at a cafe right on the main crossroads of the village and watched as hundreds of children paraded dozens of giant demons figures up and down the road and then out to the beach to be burned. In between the squads of children carrying the ...