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... for the rest of the week! Tuesday - We were up early today to go on a walk called the Campuhan Ridge which was very beautiful. We walked along the high ridge with steep jungle filled valleys either side and got some amazing views of rice fields, once again Bali did not disappoint. The walk also took us through some little villages so mum got to see some more of the local way of life and we exhausted ourselves up some steep hills! When we returned to Ubud we jumped straight ...
... the temples are located on both banks of the Petanu River, in lush jungle with clear and beautiful water running in channels between the ruined temples. Caves in the mountainside were also part of the temple complex, and you can see rice fields all around. All is lush and gorgeous. There is also a major active Hindu temple to Vishnu, and one dedicated to the goddess Ganga (the Mother Ganges River) above the ruined temples.
The final temple we visited ...
... Wednesday: I had a much needed lie in this morning and rolled out of bed just in time for breakfast :) School was super busy today and the little classrooms were boiling hot due to the numbers and how excited they all were! They would not sit still :P I put together some worksheets on rainbows for them to colour in and learn about the names of colours which they enjoyed and were very pleased when I stuck them up on the wall, as that's something that has never been ...
... to chat with granddad and my cousins. After a lay in on Christmas day (and recieving two Amazon vouchers from Santa... Aka Jan/Graham and my lil Bro) I went for my Xmas breakfast of fruit with yogurt and honey. Mmmm mango goodness! I took a walk to the infamous markets of Ubud, and treated myself to a new pair of flip flops, a bracelet and a necklace.... All of which for just over £5. I took my lunch at a cafe, of iced coffee and a club ...
... which consisted of a couple of cafes in people's living rooms, one shop and a petrol station. It was very rustic and was a welcome change from the places previously which were geared up just for tourists. Later on while we were getting changed we noticed fireworks in the sky which looked as though they were being set off on the beach. We went out to get some food and discovered that they were indeed been set off from the beach, by a group of kids about ...