- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... on the laptop was broken so I had to do some on the spot thinking so we made caterpillars out of pipe cleaners and paper circles (Thank you Pintrest again!). After class I was supposed to be going to the temple to prey for the full moon, but as we were about to get ready to go the heavens opened and it rained all night, not stopping or easing for a moment. I know this Friday hasn't been very exciting, but my weekend should hopefully have more to write about :) ...
... 4 story club has many different rooms of music, and we found some really solid deep house. Too many drinks later, I made my way back my room. Now the late night street dwellers stopped pushing drugs, and started pushing girls. Every block my hand was grabbed, asking if I want a girl, and finally as I reached my hotel, a tranny hooker ran up, grabbed my junk, and wouldn't let it go for about 30 seconds. I laughed, ...
... reading this may be interested to learn that this is one of the places that Julia Roberts visited in her movie Eat Love Pray. K has already downloaded it from iTunes, and is hoping to watch the movie whilst we are here.
Ubud is in central Bali, and having spent a week at the beach, we thought it a good idea to venture in land to see the real Bali. It is very humid, the mornings ...
... not to feed the monkeys and yet there are locals in the park openly selling food for the monkeys to the tourists under the 'supervised' watch of the park officials.
The monkeys were everywhere, the babies played and fought with each other. Some of the adults moved around the park in parks, not dissimilar to gangs. Others concentrated on making more monkeys, in full view of everyone - shameless, I call it! While ...
... interesting to use three different types of ginger whereas back in Canada we generally just see one variety in the supermarkets. The grinding was done using a small stone mortar and pestle for the softer ingredients such as chilies and herbs and a very large mortar and pestle (takes two hands to operate the pestle) for the harder to grind ingredients such as peanuts and cloves. Once all the chopping and grinding was done, we took a break ...