Ubud Village Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... asked her to remove herself from my body, and finally managed to wiggle myself free. A strange experience I dare say.
I slept off the booze, and the next day we headed to the hopefully more peaceful town of Ubud. Julie had queued up a yoga retreat here, I planned on a few classes, so here we will round out her leg of the trip in this little town in central Bali!
Till then. Transport? Cialis boss? Valium boss?
... or collecting rocks from rivers.
Towards to end of the day we called into Gianyar for supper at their famous night market. An interesting selection of 'local' produce ensured M & K stayed veggie. We eventually got home (with a 10 hour moped bum) having dodged potholes with a headlights weaker than a single birthday candle.
... Very expensive because it is rare and has a lot of manual labour involved. A lot of fuss to enjoy this coffee I say!
... of just agreed and then the current took us! It was practically a drift dive (although snorkelling) we just laid there and the super quick current took us along at quite a pace making it not only fun but also a lot less tiring. The next day was our time to try out what we has come to Lembongan for, the surfing. We had a teacher called Argos (like the shop or we think it was that but we called him it anyway) and his little buddy there to help too. To be honest they ...
... the outskirts of town, listening to kids play the gambelan, eating tons of fruit (mangosteens are in season and so delicious).
We tried the snakefruit, which has a papery peel and bulbs inside like garlic, but tastes like a bland, non-juicy apple.
We went into a beautiful gallery full of modern and traditional Indonesian paintings and carvings.
I had to run back to the hostel to get ready for the music festival!
I was lucky enough to be in Ubud for Bali ...