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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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As it turned out, we were so glad we made that decision. It was a steep climb down - there are no proper paths here - just muddy tracks, and slippery where the water runs off the terrace onto the track. Then we climbed up the other side. It was hard going and hot work but it only took us about 20 minutes to get to the top of the other side.
And the views were beautiful. The photos speak for themselves when we say it was beautiful.
This is an ancient rice ...
... Bali. Horns beeping, sick dogs wandering across your path, oncoming headlights and a lovely driver who chats politely, oblivious to the inherent danger of oncoming traffic. Finally we arrived in Ubud, quickly falling into bed and into a long awaited slumber Bali feels like a relative you don't see very often and each time you come it's grown up that little bit more ...
... and walked along the path past several small vendors to the waterfall. We declined getting one of the local guides to take us, despite their insistence. We were told that you can swim at the base of the waterfall but when we got there there was nobody in the water so we had to determine the best way to go about getting in over the rocks. Once in, the water was amazing and it was quite a workout keeping ourselves from being pushed downstream by the forceful flow of water ...
... jam, a hard boiled egg and a banana) and walked over to see the crater (no lava boiling, just a big cool hole) and an area where hot steam rises up out of the rocks.
The top of the volcano is home to many monkeys (macaques) so they came out to play for a bit too :)
The hike down was harder, but thankfully the sun was up so we weren't doing it in the dark.
When we got to the car it was raining again, so we missed going to the coffee plantation and the ...
... where to walk. We journeyed along an alley way (grabbing some tasty corn on the cob on route) towards the sea. We arrived at the coastline which was a rocky cliff. Below us was a curved bay with two rock outcrops at either ends. On both ends were small temples. We explored these before walking to the main temple. It was down next to the beach on a flat section of rock in the ocean. The waves were lapping up against the temple. You couldn't see which sections of ...