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... Agung Rai museum and grounds. After eating a crispy duck for dinner (a local specialty), I decided to try an evening gong meditation at the Yoga Barn, the largest yoga center in Ubud. 33 of us (the class max) walked up into an open room for the meditation, and the mats were laid out in a circle along the edges of the room. We were told to lie down on our backs, heads to the center, and close our eyes. After ringing some Tibetan singing bowls for a few minutes, the ...
... I was going to use them. The problem is that I was wearing my normal shorts. She was already wearing her bikini under her dress. She gave me her sarong to change into my trunks. OMG, in the windy beach, changing with just the sarong was not a good idea. I am sure I gave a show to a lot of people around. Anyways, once we were in water she just swam out quickly. She is a very good swimmer, having grown up by the ocean in Nice. We spent the next hour in the water, ...
... we aptly named Benedict Cumberbatch, a nod to the hobbit movie. Once outside, there are wasps the size of large cucumber slices, more mosquitoes and a couple of stray cats and dogs.
In the two weeks that I have been here, the average daily temperature has been 87-95 degrees Fahrenheit. I'm finally in my post-burn stage and getting pretty comfortable with the massive climate change. Since it's so tropical here, it's extremely easy to ...
... so I hopped on the back of Chris's. There was just one busy town which was tricky to navigate, the rest the roads were fairly quiet, driving through small villages. We noticed a lot of poverty with lots of rubbish piled high in ravines and in the streets and random fires all over the place. It was a coastal road that we drove along though and for much of the journey it was the sea to one side, mountains to the other. After a couple of hours drive we made ...
... around especially as the sun went down. After dinner I packed my bag ready to go as I had decided on a last minute dolphin watching trip from 6am-8am before leaving on my bus at 8.30am.
I was at the boat by 6am along with four others. I wasn't really expecting much but thought it would be nice to see the sunrise from the boat and any dolphins would be a bonus. It turned out there were quite a few and they even came close to the boat. We probably had ...