Travel Blogs from Ubud
... across! Everything was a bother, they need to learn the word 'pardon' instead of whining 'eh!' Every time they haven't quite heard you, and most of all don't make your customers work the bill out themselves and walk round behind the desk to book their own taxi over the phone! Mo definitely made her feelings clear :-/ Apart from that little hiccup, we had a fun day in Uluwatu, Kelly was feeling ill so stayed behind, whilst Mo and I hired mopeds and went to ...
... including those who willingly bought bananas for the cheeky... well yes. Children crying, teenage girls screaming and little brothers everywhere giggling uncontrollably, the scene of a family friendly outing as told by Quentin Tarantino. Behind the monkeys were some stunning temples and rainforest but they couldn’t eclipse the monkey presence.
We wandered the streets of Ubud ...
... Batur, a temple dedicated to the lady of the lake, Dewi Danu. Just as we were leaving the car park, it began to sprinkle. We rented umbrellas and rushed to one pavilion, to wait for the rain to stop. It became apparent it would not, so we braved the downpour to see the meru (pagoda) on the edge of the lake. Then, we rushed back to the main area to have lunch. While we lunched, the rain lessened, so we were able to take another turn around the ...
... genuine. The husband drove Halef and I back to our place at the end of the night. When we told him our future plans in Indonesia included starting a hostel or hotel, he told us he would help us in any way possible. It turns out, not only does he run this business, he is also an elected official who knows the ins and outs of things. A good friend to have. Anyway, you can see by the pictures that the food was amazing. Everything was explained down tot he detail. ...
... was embracing my head and kissing my cheek. Time to leave this spaced out loony! I politely shook his hand and got up and walked straight back to the parade; joining again the drummers; now with a Western girl who'd placed herself directly amongst the Balinese band, dancing in her short dress as their groupie to the amusement of local on-lookers.
Eat: to nourish
Love: the joy of children
Yoga: feeling strong, controlled and balanced
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