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Today we travelled over to Sanur. Mum is attending a 3 day geology conference. Amarlie and Dad will visit the safari park and local beaches.
Op een dag dat we niet aan het strand liggen gaan we er graag op uit. Zo staat er vandaag op het programma:
- de gamelansmid
- de tempel waar het hoofd van Kebo Iwo huist
- Gunung Kawi
- Goa Gajah
“Namaste! Namaste! Namaste”!
Hi! Remember me? Ha! Yes – it has been a long time (again) since I've updated you all! I'm the one who was supposed to by now – have found great enlightenment at a Tibetan Buddhist monastery, I should be getting ready to go to study with the Dalai Lama in India, and was supposed to be …
... a sip to prove it is amazingly fresh water.
Onshore temples include the Penyawang, a spiritual proxy to Tanah Lot that hosts pilgrims when the main offshore temple is inaccessible during high tide. Other smaller temples around the site host prayer sessions for various aspects of the villagers’ agrarian life, from good rice harvests to rites of passage. North of Tanah Lot is Batu Bolong, similarly built on a rock formation with a ...
... because the coffee beans are eaten by a minx-like animal, pooped out, cleaned, and then crushed for coffee (it was really tasty, too!). One trip highlight was in a fishing village called Jimbaran, where we stayed for 2 nights. We had dinner at a table right on the beach, the thing to do while here. It was accompanied by a lovely sunset, followed by electrically-charged flashes in the sky. It was magical.
Next, we venture to central and northern Bali.