The Royal Pita Maha
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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The marriage of Stacey Swinkles to Simon Kluckow...
After the cooking class we decided not to participate in any of the other activities arranged before the wedding as they would be to physically demanding on both Jules and I as a hell of a lot of walking was to be involved as well as climbing and descending...lol. So we chose to relax because …
... We didn't walk much further before finding our next photo opportunity. As we stopped to take a picture, an old lady sitting just down a dirt lane caught our attention. She kept calling "hello, hello" and waving us towards her. We finally ended up walking over as she was very persistent! She was selling coconuts to drink and started speaking in Bahasa Indonesian and pointing to the field, I think telling us what they were growing there and how. We ...
... legs and all sorts. It was a bit scary!!! There were some really cute guys though, we spent ages watching a little family of monkeys with a tiny little baby. They were very cute!
Later that evening, the four of us went out for a meal before going to watch another dance show, this time was at Ubud Palace which was a beautiful backdrop for the performance. This time we saw a Legong performance which is meant to be the most ...
... and Gung made us banana pancakes! We chatted, joked and rested for about 45 minutes, while sipping kopi - one of the most expensive coffees in the world. It was a much needed respite. Heading back down was much much more challenging than going up. All that we could not see, was now visible. The entire way down was brutal. Rocks, pine needles, and loose dirt were the culprits. There was no sure footing, and my endurance was tested like never before. ...
... though it was in Balinese you could still understand what was going on.
After the dancing I was off to a waterfall, which, meh.
I'm maybe getting a little over waterfalls.
Especially when you can't swim in them or feel the spray.
It was beautiful, but we only stayed there about 5 mins looking at it.
After that... We went to a silverworks shop.
There's a whole street full of shops that do silver work, so I assume Ketut took me to one where he gets ...