Bali Hoki Hotel
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... on both days, it was just too hot to sit there for more than an hour and so we found ourselves escaping back to our hotel. The best part about Kuta, no monkeys!!! On our last day, we found ourselves sad to be leaving Bali, it's strange how much you learn to love a place in such a short space of time. This becomes the norm when travelling. Falling in love, then leaving. Only this time I wasn't leaving for somewhere new and unknown, I was returning to Siem Reap...my home away from ...
... and the temple gods would help protect the fields and crops.
A word about caste and marriage in Bali. While in India the complex caste system still mostly functions, limiting individual opportunity and choice in life particularly in rural areas and in the north, in Bali only the chief priesthood maintains an aspect of Brahmin hierarchy. In Bali there are only four castes, unlike the more complex situation in India. People in Ubud do know which caste they ...
... over 2 hours catching wave after wave. Dylan went out to
take my spot with Dev while Kina found her own spot a bit closer to shore.
Later that night I developed my "Fever" again and went for dinner with the crew but barely made it. I had some juice and soup. Went home and sweated it out all night (again).
Great day seeing Dylan, Devon and Kina all out on the waves having a great time.
... the gardens and also asked to see the owl that is normally at the entrance, we wanted to hold it. As it had just drizzled a little with rain, they had popped the owls away, it wasn't the big one, but 2 little babies.......they took us up into the house come warung and bought them out. Oh my......so very CUTE. We gave them a small donation which was gratefully accepted.
It was very hot up in this area, more so than kuta we think. You could have wrung me ...
... thumbs up sign to our driver and we met him on the other side of the crowd.
As we left the airport it was apparent we were now in Asia. The architecture is tiered roofs lush with foliage. Small Temples made of grey volcanic rock fit among the hotels, shops and restaurants. The traffic weaved through the narrow roads as motorcycles and scooters ladened with people, packages and boxes squeezed between all of the cars, making their way through ...