Pita Maha Resort and Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... to create batik art and I could see this on their faces - it had become first nature to them. Second stop was a silver and gold shop (basically felt like I was in antwrrp again except the shop seemed a bit less legal). Outside were people polishing the silver and preparing it for the jewellery. Then our English speaking and talented driver for the day (only £6 each for whole day) took us to a gallery hosted by local artists which ...
... even use plates to eat on. They use banana leaves. They compost leftovers and separate and recycle all of their trash. They generate their own electricity through solar energy and a small hydroelectric vortex turbine that they built on the river. The kids that graduate from this school will be some of the coolest kids on Earth. It was voted the most sustainable school in the world. I would love to work or volunteer there.
The other cool thing that we did in Ubud was go to ...
... and we can rest on the loungers and have a drink before dinner. We decided to try a villa recommendation for a local warung called Ibu Made. Ketut drove is there and it was definitely in a flasher part of Ubud, where the wealthy Eat Pray Love tourists stay, I guess. It was a mediocre menu but lovely setting, outside on a stone balcony with geckos all around. We all had ice cream for dessert and then met Ketut again who took us home. We are all ready for bed at 8.30pm each ...
... clear waters providing an unblocked view everyone was treated to the wonderful sight of a killer whale close up and personal, amazing; and well worth the rocky boat trip! About 5 hours after launching off from Gilli everyone arrived home, whacked out, but elated with the day and we celebrated long into the night together as we have grown accustomed to doing. Over the next few days we would see more of our fishy friends, and we were able to grab the camera just in time to catch ...
... two storytellers are talking to each other, not audible for anyone except themselves and the drummers of the orchestra. But that is not important, as long as the story that has to be told is being told. In the semi dark on the Gambuh side an older lady starts the condong or first lady in waiting, with an agility which is incredible for her age. Oh yes, for the finesse she shows, her age helps. These ...