Mushroom Beach Bungalows
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... on mopeds all day the next day and try snorkeling again on Sunday prior to heading back to Kuta.
Andy got a bit of a stomach bug, and was out of commission all of Saturday. Luckily for him, we had not planned to snorkel at all that day, though. Since Andy was out, Boo and I just shmobbed around Lembongan Island and the smaller one next to it (a very sketchy suspension bridge connected the two). We had a blast cruising around all day and found a cliff-jumping spot, too!
... are easily remedied and diving isn't even interrupted - just continuing to swim whilst ridding the mask of water. Also onsite at Secret Garden is the 'Yoga Shack'. Never having done Yoga before, it seemed the perfect time to have a go. My perception of Yoga has always been one of relaxation and calming movements. It was, but for someone that seemingly lacks flexibility, it was actually a strenuous workout, and with the heat I was sweating just as much as when I doa spinning class at ...
... new extremes! I had never seen an excited Indian before and it is absolutely beautiful to watch and so so funny. Dressed all in white with their long beards and dark faces and as they got more into the music they were just rocking and rolling. It was awesome.
Ayu picked me up at 9.30 and as we drove up monkey Forrest road we passed the Buddha Bar which was thumping with live music and people dancing and then ...
... return home with a couple of scant entries, some photos and a couple of amateur videos! All of which DO NOT really live up to my pre holiday expectations! Given I have fallen in love with all things i ( ummm I am not conceited ... i, as in iPad & iPhone ) I have decided to go digital with my holiday journalling. This will highlight one of two things... ...
... based on stories. Even though we were unable to understand the small amount of dialog, it was still very entertaining. My favourite part was when a single man, representing a horse, danced over a pile of burning coconuts. The guy was kicking and stamping on red hot embers (bare foot!) and seemed utterly un-phased by the heat!
The next day we left Ubud and caught a mid morning bus down to Kuta, the final stop of our Balinese adventure. Ubud is a very touristy town and ...