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So today we had to call mark early to find out how to use the teller machines here lol! Had a chat about our plans and asked him if anyone else wanted to join us. We got a reply phone call about 5 mins later Greg, Hoda and Harry we're going to come along too. First stop coffee plantation. We tried some teas and coffee and then time for the luwak coffee. Luwak a are little fox like animals that eat only the best of the best coffee beans and then ...
... to stock up our little house that we are staying in and found a vegan café called holy Basil with a set menu, so took the opportunity to feast on a wonderful fresh, healthy and extremely tasty vegan platter for less than £2 each. It was delicious and the owner, a bleach blond Balinese hippy chic chatted to us, gave us hints and tips about the area and the island. This was more our kind of place. The Aussie girl at the table next to us struck up a conversation about the ...
... with huge costume and headdress, with a radio mic, and started adding to the noise. Very stylised performance, and we had no idea what was going on.
We recognised the masks from Alit's workshop. We endured over an hour of this, trying to sit on the floor, stand, shuffle about - we'd been there 4 hours by now and the kids were, understandably, questioning the efficacy of staying any longer.
When we last left you, we were headed back to the Kuta/Legian beach area of Bali to do some last minute surfing. It was sad to say bye to Gili T. but we hoped on a fast boat, and enjoyed a rip on the ocean with the wind in our faces as we made our way to Bali. A sweaty, crammed Bemo ride after, and we had found our way to our hotel, perhaps more in the Kuta area than last time.
Our patience was a ...
... of the island. This road climbs the mountain and also brought us Panorama Point, a lookout over looking Jungutbatu and the whole northern part of the island. On a clear day both Bali and Lombok can be seen from here. On this day it was just Bali. We continued on this sad excuse for a road, on the sad excuse we called our bike. This was the worst one we had rented with shotty steering, brakes that had seen better days and as we would later find out lights ...