Ubud Lestari Bungalows
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Our driver picked us up at 2am in the pouring rain and we were all hoping it would clear up by the time we started the trek, but we had no such luck. It was raining lighter when we started walking around 4am but it soon got heavy again. It was literally pitch black climbing the volcano and all we had were torches but I didn't have one because they didn't have enough (this would have been the one time my own torch, still in my bag at the hostel, would have come in handy)! ...
The highlight of today was catching a local soccer game! Listened: City and Colour - Bring Me Your Love Air - Pocket Symphony Fleetwood Mac - Rumours and Fleetwood Mac Beach House - Bloom The Good Listeners - Ojai Joni Mitchell - Blue Read: South - Sir Ernest ...
... belongs to the insects.
And you never see them. You never see one of them. It was all reminiscent of techno rainforest in Queensland on our last trip. That's not insects. Someone's just placed speakers surreptitiously out of sight behind the trees and they're playing a tape. Nope. That's the sound of oneness in nature. And like all the best tricks in life, oxygen, consciousness...never to be seen.
What you do see is ants. Indonesia is ...
... an achievement of sorts. We visited a place with traditional Barung Dance- very sacred in Balinese culture. It was nice, colorful and interesting but could help but feel it was also bit forced. Traditionally the dance was performed once a year, now multiple places are offering it at least once a week for tourists with a rather heavy sticker price on it. After the dance we drove to see woodwork, silver jewelry making, fabric coloring etc. once again- nice, ...
... locals rice by smashing it against a wooden board. Even cycling through bali was amazing because it's just so green and rich, in terms of the landscape. Cycling through these tiny villages with the kids shouting hello in English and high fiving was just such a cool moment. One of those moments I have often when I sigh and think, oh man, I'm finally living life. I met one of the girls from the tour the next day and we went to monkey forest and the market and for lunch which was nice as ...