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... beginner, I found it quite easy. However, it is highly enjoyable and a beautiful place to visit.
To finish off, there is a strenuous hike up a seemingly endless set of steps cut into the mountainside. Upon reaching the top, I endured the mildly nauseating affair of lunch. The tepid food was clearly just the leftovers from the morning group but what made up for the disappointing meal was the view from the restaurant. Spectacular!
... the calming flow of trickling streams nearby, the cafes there are idyllic for a morning. Coffee (note I'm about 20mins ahead of the tourist buses it seems) the relic itself is nice but if you've seen other temples it's nothing special, except its carved into the rock wall. The lp is right though, it is lovely here. Donation elicited by lady (she said Ganesha whilst flinging water at me). I made my way back to the bike with dewa, [my guide]. Looking back I was amused to see ...
... kilometre to our hotel so we prepare for a slight hike, but as we do so the heavens open up and it starts raining fairly heavily. We shelter in the cover of a supermarket for a while, then decide to get the umbrellas out and head north in the rain. The streets are narrow and the footpaths are uneven and littered with tourists, but we eventually find the place we’re staying, a small oasis off the main street. We check in and find our room is huge with nice views ...
... s harbour and we had to wait another four hours for the next boat to arrive until we could get them!!! I was furious! And freaking out at the thought of not getting my bag back and potentially being left with no belongings apart from the ones in my little rucksack. We chilled on the beach and got lunch in a little restaurant and then at two thirty the second boat finally arrived, after three people had all told us a different arrival time because no one in Asia ever has a clue ...
... forest which was amazing. There were over 500+ monkeys in this small forest, all wanting some food or water from you, very tame, and crazy. Was funny having them climb up on you and go crazy when they see you with bananas, however we did witness some not having such a good experience, however these people are the ones that expected the monekys to be tame and domesticated-like. They were all wild animals, within the forest was a monkey temple too. We ...