Gending Kedis Villas & Spa Estate
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... that roam around her garden.
She does 'rescue work'.
This means she takes on the responsibility of caring for animals that have been abandoned or injured in some way. Of course that doesn't mean a Noah's ark of thousands. Circumstances prevail and every now and then one goes and a new responsibility is accepted.
The four lucky ones at the moment are:
"I Love You BIg Bird, I Love You"- a large white cockatoo suffering from PBFD ...
... mum commended Tom for working so hard during his holidays.
Later on Mark and I went into Kuta to drop off some of my silver jewelry to a Silver shop to be mended. Then, it was back to the hotel for 'High Tea' and more pool time before hitting the Sunset Bar for sunset drinks and then walking up the beach to 'Cuca' for dinner.
Tuesday 23rd June:
Mark insisted on going to Ubud. I didn't want to go but I exacted some revenge by buying yet ...
... day was surfing overhead walls whlst running my hand inside the waves.... awesome.
Greenbowl - Didn't surf there but looked great from up top.
Airport left and airport right - The highlight surf of my trip. Airport right wasn't on whilst there but both times I went out Airport left was truly awesome. You have to hire a boat to take you out to the break which is 1-1.5klms offshore. You can pay the pay to drop you or to wait. ...
... Ubud, we travelled to the Gili islands, a small paradise of 3 islands just off the tip of Lombok. This required a speedboat style ferry across the Lombok strait. We arrived on Gili Air, the quieter of the 2 tourist orientated islands. The island is incredibly laid back with snorkel spots all around and beanbags outside beach cafés. We did nothing. Just sat on the beach eating BBQ and swimming. There is no motorised transport on the islands, just horse drawn carts or bikes, ...
... in mud. Everything is done by hand. There are no machines, ladders, or anything that would involve making the job easier or more efficient. This is a way of life here and we have so much to be thankful for.
So back to Wednesday's fun. Michael dropped me off at Padang Padang Beach. I wasn't sure what to expect but they assured me it was a good time. I jumped off the scooter and headed down the most ridiculous set of stairs I've ever descended from. It's hard to fathom how ...