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... and going out of port), lush tropical forests, exotic birds, and mountains soaring 6,500 feet. Although Indonesia is almost totally Muslim, the island of Bali is almost 90% Hindu and the gorgeous temples with their fabulous ceramic figurines and animals adorning the entire roof and eaves of the temple are every few blocks. Frustrated that we only had a full afternoon and evening the first day, we hired a tour guide with a ...
... ee recommended by Christine - 'I'll have a Wet *****' is not a sentence that I have said before in my life. Saturday night was the first of the big outdoor dinner and show nights. The weather had turned for the better and they had set tables and dinner out and it looked lovely. We went on stage and learned to do some bamboo weaving. The show began with a lot of men sitting while clapping and singing a little. Some masked ...
We opted to head out to watch how Seminyak's elite enjoy the sunset at a place called Ku De Ta. I love lonely planet’s description of the place – "come watch the beautiful cool people perfect their bored look" – it certainly didn’t disappoint, much more expensive for drinks and the first time I’ve ever seen a dress code for a bar in Bali but good to people watch and take in the setting sun over ...
... an English (Pascal, Anton and Dave) and after chatting for a while went for some dinner and a drink. Pascal had been bitten by a monkey and spent about 80 quid on a rabies jab. He even had a photo someone had taken of the monkey mid flight baring its teeth about to bite! They had rented motorbikes and were planning on trekking up a volcano an hour and a half north east of Ubud the following day and invited me to join.
We met up over breakfast then after ...
... The rice fields themselves are, well, just full of rice! The farmers have installed mechanisms to scare off birds and anything that might wish to eat their crops: one being two posts (one on the top rice field and one on the bottom rice field) connected by string that has drinks cans filled with pebbles. Wayan showed me a cafe where I could go and have a cool drink and see spectacular views - and he wasn't wrong! It was beautiful - ...