The Sungu Resort & Spa
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... we spent the evening along with making a video for facebook which required 2 bottles of vodka to perfect :) The next day Today we had a bed day which we have not done since we started traveling. We were still drunk from the night before so everything seemed hilarious. In the evening we went to the newest show in town, Tek Tok to apparently be part of history in the making. It was at the ubud culture centre which had beautiful gardens. We had a guy give us a tour as he had little else to ...
... with the guy with GPS ;-) we stopped at the side of a road hoping they would catch us up, where we stopped were some guys playing musical instruments, they invited us to sit and watch them play, one guy said they were practising for a ceremony in July, it was so cool to sit and watch! The guys didn't catch up so we went ahead anyway, only 30 mins away. The others made it back safely about 10 minutes after us, phew! It was such a good day, one ...
... alone. I was grateful for the lack of spectators as we rather ungracefully scrambled our way to the next waterfalls, barefoot and in our bathing suits. In my head it is law to sing Peter Andres "Mysterious Girl" when greeted with a waterfall and of course we did just that.
It was such a fun day and I felt so free and childlike the whole time. And to top things off, I made it up the stairs with lots of breaks but thankfully no breakdowns! We topped our day off ...
... t leave.
Soon they finished. The place was almost empty again.
I proceeded on my path back where I scheduled a taxi tour
for the next day. I went to my hotel, rested, and in the evening went to have
dinner at a main street café.
The next morning, the taxi driver picked me up at 9am. I had
felt off the whole morning. Nothing was particular wrong, my stomach just felt
We drove to a temple.
... to go out is to invite the evil spirits into your homes, since they are lurking about after the invitations and festivities of the preceding days. It is also expected to be a day of silent reflection. Have I mentioned that the Balinese are a very community oriented and deeply spiritual people? Quite phenomenal, really.
We took in the Nyepe parades in Ubud last night, capturing a number of good photos and feeling the energy in the streets. Then we ...