The Royal Pita Maha
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... scaring everyone into thinking that if they went out after dark on Nusa Penida the locals would attack them. Emma assured us that the island life is incredibly calm and safe, and there was nothing to worry about.
Maria & I walked into Ubud and changed our pickup time for tomorrow to 9am so that we can get as much time as possible at the resort for the weekend. We found a bar on the main street in Ubud that has Happy hour mojitos in 10 different flavours. We sat on the ...
... down the back roads and once we got there they took us on a small tour of the plantations and showed us how the Indonesian Lewak Coffee was made. Lewak Coffee is basically when a weasel/Lewak eats the tasty coffee beans and then takes a ****, the people then pick their poor up, clean it up and then make some pretty sweet as coffee (how they figured this out, I don't know!). We decided to have a cup of this poo coffee and have to say it was honestly one of ...
The Continuing Adventures of The Dreamchasers 2014 followed the Dreamchasers Great Adventure of 2013, which we had agreed was amazing on a number of levels. It wasn't a major worry keeping us up at night, but it did give us a moment of pause when we began this adventure last January, as we wondered how we might follow up "amazing".
Our 2014 Adventure has now come to an end. We soon fly west into the never ending sunset, so it is time to once ...
... up to date in the world of my travels. The internet hasn't been the best in the places we have stayed or I would update this more often as it feels as though we are doing so much each and every day that it's hard to catch up with it all. The past two weeks have felt like an age due to the sheer number of places and experiences we have had, every day is something new and exciting. Two more weeks in Bali to go so let's see how much more of the Island we can get round and experience.
We finally made it to the elephant park and were able to see the baby elephant who was only months old, and also were given bamboo to hand feed the elephants too. This was a great experience, and we managed to get some beautiful photos. On our way back from the elephant park, I had a near death experience, which involved us, our bike and a big black dog who was foaming at the mouth. We were driving down a quiet road and there was a dog that decided to start chasing out ...