Gajah Mina Beach Resort
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... birds in. One had a pair of doves, another a cockerel and another a white cockatoo. This one Jody felt sorry for as he did look lonely so she went to talk to it. As she put her hand up to the cage it reached its head forward and bent it so she could tickle it neck. It is obviously used to people doing that as it was happy to sit there for ages whilst she did it. Poor old thing.
We left there and moved on to our penultimate stop. The rice terraces. We were looking forward to ...
... of course i ended up with 2 sarongs, a dress and a top. New i can't get my bag could.
We sampled some local fare and indulged in some delicious mojitos and slings and a fresh young coconut with included entertainment.
It was great to have a cool of in the pool before gathering at 6 to meet our tour guide and fellow travelers. Seem like a nice ...
... time hanging about and walked through the grounds quite quickly. There was a small animal petting zoo that had huge fruit bats and some birds, including owls, but it looks a bit inhuman despite the fact that the bats weren't tied up. As we drove out of the village, we stopped at a local restaurant on the side of the road for lunch. The tables were small open air huts with a table in the middle that you had to sit cross legged around. The view of the lush green valley below ...
... heading up the mountain, the four of us and our awesome guide, and the rain started letting up!
The hike started quite easy but got quite steep and rocky, especially tough considering we were hiking in the dark with only flashlights and headlamps.
The rain was actually nice and kept us cool- Bali is CRAZY hot, nearly unbearable, so it was nice to be a little chilled.
Abdee had never ever hiked anything before, and found it really challenging.
We ended ...
As we have had quite a few chilled days in the more touristy areas of Bali we wanted some culture out of the day. We decided to visit a near by temple called Pura Tanah Lot. In English it is called The Temple of the Sun. It is located on the beach in the sea. Apparently it is one of the best places to see the sunset in Bali so we couldn't miss it. We walked around Seminyak in the morning to find a good deal for a lift there. We ended up having a really ...