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... an active volcano standing at a height of 5,633 ft above sea level. It last erupted in 2000 and shows signs of seismic activity roughly every 14 years, so we better be quick before it erupts again!
With flashlights in hand, we followed our guides through the lush forest together with a lively group of ladies on holiday from Singapore. After an hour of hiking ...
... store s well as a handful of hiking kit stockists in order to find something suitable. We couldn't find coats that we could squeeze into, but Dave did buy all the trousers in Denpasar that reached his ankles!
Balinese Pizza Hut turned out to be a most confusing experience, and it took a while to even find pizzas on the menu. Then, with both of us feeling shopped out, we returned to Ubud for an evening of blogging and mie goreng / sweet and sour pork at one of the local ...
... picked out a dress for Nay. Fending the majority of them off politely we did end up making a few essential purchases. A dress and fridge magnets for Nay, a Bintang t-shirt and a sarong for Neil. Not in truth that essential but it did give us a chance to practice haggling which is good fun if you keep it light hearted and smile throughout.
Eventually we get to the art stalls but are a bit over constantly saying "no thank you" in a mixture of English ...
... We didn't know what it was for but we signed anyway. Facing the temple was some undercutting rocks. Inside there was 'The Holy Snake'. Inside tucked in a hole there was a stripy blue snake. The priest inside told us to make a wish and touch the snake. I didn't know if it was poisonous but I gave the thing a poke anyway just for good measure. By this stage the main spectacle of the evening was commencing. The sun set. Sarah and I sat on a rock and watched the sun ...
... dance, a dance that tells a story, a tale, of gods, monkeys, birds, witches etc etc performed by funny and entertaining characters and beautiful Balinese women.
This afternoon we went for a walk down our road to see a 'cock-fight' (roosters). Two years ago we came across one happening on the side of a road. It is a 'mens' thing. It is also illegal to cock-fight, but as with ...