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... headed towards the famous Ubud markets. The downstairs was very small and claustrophobic with horrific fired food with flies on every where. We went upstairs and it was loads better. We got a really nice painting, some classic bing tang tops and I got some shorts. We kept having a look round and went for a lovely lunch. We then went to the Ubud palace. A lot of it was closed off so it was just 'ok' really. That night I went for a pedicure and made Ben have one too. ...
... to go it became quite difficult it was slippery on the small lava rocks and quite steep at points with big steps. Eventually we reached the top at around 6:05, the sun was starting to rise but not in view yet, we watched over the course of half an hour it was getting brighter and brighter. Like orange was seeping from the grounds and filling the sky. It truly was magical and the clouds which we had climbed through made a great photo along with the landscape around us, ...
... around 962AD. Many people come here to enter the waters for purification purposes. The area is quite large and also contains a hot spring where you can see bubbling from beneath the water surface. Heaps of tourists here, so make sure you avoid the markets at the end.
From here we head off to a coffee plantation where we try the famous Luwak Coffee. The coffee is grown as it normally does, however, what makes ...
... donated to him (ahh) and loved playing with his new toy. As Eugene and Scotty were just fishing for sport and not dinner the tropical fish they caught were unhooked, quickly papped for the blog and them dropped back into the sea. The first time this happened the look of confusion on the faces of the locals was hilarious and they exchanged a few harsh/confused words between them, which I am sure loosely translated as “crazy fool” To them fish equals dinner, and they ...
... by the side of roads and it is a beautiful sight to see!
We spent our first night at a relatively pricey homestay called Ketut's Place. It was the first time in SE Asia we have arrived at a destination without having our accommodation booked. I always like to have a place booked in advance to avoid walking around trying to find somewhere to stay when chances are we are already tired from a day of travelling. I am less comfortable just showing up ...