Nandini Bali Resort & Spa Ubud
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... the oils inside. As chef said, "here in Bali we chop chop, not slice" as we tend to slice & dice our food, they chop with the cleaver.
It was fun watching Simon and a few of the others grinding up the chilli and ginger as a few good reactions to the spices were good for a laugh. Everyone had a go at chopping and grinding, and then on to the cooking. We fried off some chillies to make Sambal Goreng, which is basically a fried chilli sauce, ...
... beginning of a marked trek and we walked along the path at our leisure taking photographs and met him at the other end when we were ready. Our next stop was Lake Bratan further north and the beautiful Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, the temple on the lake, an iconic Bali landmark. Bali is 85% Hindu but Bedugul, the village approaching the temple, appeared to be mainly muslim. It was interesting to be visiting the Hindu temple as the call to prayer was ...
... 4 weeks ago tomorrow - on a ceremonial coconut husk with yellow and white flowers and set them on a journey down one of the sacred streams of Bali.
This journey - according to the Balinese Hindus, is one that all their cremated families make. It takes their spirits along a magic stream that somehow journeys all the way to the Ganges in India.
Now how is that for a send off?
Of course - part of my heart will go on the journey too.
... for me. We stumbled across a place called Bread Life last night. It's been the best discovery since sliced bread (hence the name). If I did lose any lbs previously, it's all back because I've had zero self control with that place in the last 24 hours. The croissants filled with chocolate and the cheese sticks....uhh....need I say more?
Everything is so slow here which makes you forget about any previous stress you may have been harboring. I do love it so.
... spoken) talk on our stay and the facilities. After a short wait we pottered across to our pool/garden room. It was large. Larger than large. Effectively it was a Balinese granny flat with a small pool, raised deck, outdoor dining room, day bed, outdoor bath, outdoor shower, indoor toilet and separate shower, four poster bed, floor to ceiling windows and possibly countless other ...