Jamahal Private Resort & SPA
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... headed down to the beach bar for sunset drinks before moving on to the hotel's Italian restaurant Bella Cucina for dinner.
Wednesday 24th June:
The three of us went on the beach walk this morning before the usual swim and coffee by the pool. Another mum, up early swimming with her son, approached me to ask about Tom and where he was at school. She, like the mum from the day before, was impressed by how Tom was working so diligently during his ...
... Lennie Thal, the retired Senior Vice President of the Union for Reform Judaism, who is an old friend from Los Angeles and with whom I did High Holy Days in Santa Barbara in 1989 back when I was a cantor and he was the URJ Regional Director in Los Angeles. And Lenny is there with a group from the URJ Board having spent the last ten days in Myanmar and is now here with his wife Linda on his 9th trip to Bali. He used to do High Holy Days ...
... the crowd with my standard karaoke rendition of Whitney's 'I Have Nothing', although no doubt that's yet to come sometime over the next 7 months! Ohhhhh what's not to love about Bali?! NEXT STOP: Bali's southern Bukit Peninsula for birthday beach cliff bar cocktails, intense Balinese massages and sunsets with the surfers.....then off to climb one of Indonesia's highest volcanoes, Mt. Rinjani on Lombok island where people do actually die each year... WISH ME ...
... Indonesians carried on though and went about business as usual. What a dedicated religion that is. Offerings, praying, chanting..we witnessed it all. It was pretty cool to have experienced that.
After the beach Charity picked me up on the scooter and dropped me at Uluwatu Temple. She suggested for me to walk through the place, partake in a traditional dance, and then end with watching the sunset. I did one out of the three mentioned. I meandered through the place and was just in awe ...
... serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 19.1875px;">It was the home of the last king of Ubud, and now his descendants live there. It is essentially the father palace of the other Ubud palaces, which are more or less its spinoffs, built as the family extended.