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After catching the boat back to the mainland we caught a mini bus to Ubud for our final stop of the trip. When we arrived we walked to our hotel which was enough of a trek in the heat to work up an unhealthy sweat. Dripping wet we checked in but had to wait for the guy on reception to go through all the different services available at the hotel before we eventually said 'thank you very much' and jumped into the pool to cool off.
We then headed out ...
... there are probably a million reasons why you think you shouldn't but it's something you will regret if you don't. I hope to keep in touch with all the great people I have met because they are a big part of the reason it has been so great. But i have missed my friends back home and can't wait to catch up with everyone. See you all at home soon, this is me officially signing off, thanks for reading lol :-) ...
... cool carvings and decorations. The food was good though I think the spices surprised Reed and Mayuri. Bali is really well known for having a lot of different spices that are a bit strong and I know they liked the pork but they weren't eating the spices (or not many of them).
We started to walk around the square to do some shopping for people and on the way found a few art galleries and a really nice little fabric and sorong shop. I bought a print at the art ...
... at her uncle's compound next week, where we will be part of this living religion. It's a huge honour for us to be included.
As we look up from our gate, we see the elegant doors to Richard's compound, framed by saffron sashes. A few yards to our right is the small path to our friend Annie's bungalow, called Over the Rainbow. We have included some pictures of this amazing little oasis, where we spend part of each ...
... spread death and fear. It's a beast that appears in different forms. It has existed as long as we have waged the battle for global dominance. Maybe even as far back as when the first bone was used as a weapon against another. Sometimes it's state sponsored and sometimes it comes in clandestine cells fueled by extremist ideology.
I choose not to live in fear. I choose not to hate. I choose to love my neighbors and allow them into my heart. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPendawa Hotel Tuban
old bungalows which need repair
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