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... Maria who owns the place. She showed me around the house and answered my questions about the house and Ubud in general. I also met Wira who is the housekeeper and handyman. He offered to take me back to his village this week to have lunch with his family. That was very nice of him.
My only concern is that the house is so open that I need to be ...
... and are all staying down the road somewhere. My room became available, so I went up to find... An attic space with 4 mattresses... Only one made up. Alone at Christmas... OK.... Alone but not lonely, this is the main difference! I have had a really lovely day and have been skyping everyone back home in the UK and Italy and had a call from India, so I'm still feeling the love, but just keeping my own company. Its quite refreshing actually and ...
... at a temple in Bali. So ladies if you ever go - remember to plan it around the week of your period or else you will be in a great place an unable to see any of its temples and beauty. This temple was the ticket to really getting me excited to see those surrounding Ubud as if it could be this detailed and beautiful in the middle of the main city I just had to see the ones on the outskirts. So after some delicious meal of organic food at a tapas restaurant ...
Hello again! Thanks for coming back for more, I hope my banter and cultural observations will not disappoint...! It's been an interesting week...full of stories already... and I've got 7 months of this!
We landed Monday lunchtime all fine and dandy into Bali Denpasar surviving both Malaysia Airlines flights (woohoo!) and feeling excited/cream-crackered! We headed to the baggage carousel like Kenny Keanos, awaiting our rucksacks... and ...
... noise. Sat in the quiet on a downed coconut palm for a while watching daily life, I have a new plan for the local crows - a Balinese scarecrow! Stay tuned. On to the Balinese modern art museum, 400 year old batiks, so detailed it was amazing. I got given the directions to a herb shop while out in the rice paddies, by an Australian couple, so found that and bought some lemon grass tea and other goodies. Back past the markets, organising a ticket ...