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... made silver (which looks pretty damn intense and intricate), and then taken around the showroom. Then proceeded to get the dirtiest look from the lady when we said we didn't want to buy anything.
This was beautiful, rice paddies set amongst the hills. Gosh this place is beautiful.
Good Luck Temple
The oldest temple in Bali. Tery covered our entry fee so we could pay local prices. We got duped into buying ...
... is helpfully prepared in bottles the size of Beer Lao, but sadly is about half the alcohol content and twice the price. Soon we were chatting away with Mary (Germany) who had lived in the US for a year and had such a flawless American accent Paul was convinced she was either a liar or a spy, and Ivana, Martin and Michael (Slovakia). Michael was relaxing with his leg on a pillow, and we found he had hurt himself only that afternoon. The pavements in Ubud are actually ...
... his suicidal driving did get us to our Guesthouse in Lovina earlier than expected... albeit feeling slightly nauseous and frazzled. (See my comments on Indonesian roads at the bottom... total other kettle of fish).
Arriving at 8.30pm, we checked into the basic but quaint, clean guesthouse a stone's throw from the volcanic ash beach and booked our dolphin viewing tour for the morning. 5.45am start but it was SO worth it. The BEST sunrise ...
... hypothermia had come out on top. When combined with the fact that we'd be arriving in mid-winter, direct from 30 degrees plus Asian heat, clad in shorts and T-shirts, we decided that a few extra layers might be a smart move... This, however, presented a problem. The hot climate and the small stature of most Indonesian people didn't exactly lend themselves to finding coats and fleeces in large sizes, and we spent several hours scouring Denpasar's Ramayana and Mahatari malls and the ...
... perfume shop. Lastly, we were offered and tried the putrid-smelling but surprisingly good-tasting durian fruit, something we had wanted to do while here. (It tastes a little like cheese and eggs, with the consistency of an avocado).
Our last destination in Bali will be the north coast, which we have been told most resembles the Bali of old, before the hordes of tourists descended, so we look forward to the bus ride there, and whatever awaits ...