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... restaurant near the top! The owner made us a hot lemongrass tea!! Hot tea DOES make you feel cooler in 40 degree heat! Who knew! He picked the lemongrass from the jungle right beside us...wow!
The waterfalls were as beautiful as they were refreshing! The mist from the waterfalls is so intense , much needed relief halfway through our hike!
Funny encounter...as we were heading ...
... Good Karma Bungalows' (hut on the beach), on the east coast of the island! There we'll be snorkelling in the Bali sea (Japanese wreckage nearby)...right off our beach, hopefully a little sea kayaking and a trek up Batur Volcano too! But mainly, it will be a place of resting and reading our books on the day beds of our hut ;)).
Unfortunately, there is No wifi at all there... So we'll be posting only in a ...
... waterfall. I feel like I spend a lot of this blog simply describing things as "beautiful" or "stunning" but I honestly can't think of more perfect words to describe some of the things I have seen on my travels.
Charlie and I played around at one waterfall and then decided to make our way to the second lot of falls. We were pretty smug to see that we were the only tourists without guides. That being said, we only saw two other groups of tourists and for the most part we ...
... and his brother helped Jason and I into sarongs and a headpiece for Jason then we walked to the larger temple in the village.
This temple was in a larger compound in which four families live, but all share common ancestors. We arrived about 10 minutes later than Made wanted to so we missed a performance, but we still got to see parts of the big temple ceremony. We were lucky to be in Bali on this day since this particular ancestor worship ceremony happens ...
... our hike the next day. Sunday morning early early, at two am we crept out of our rooms to hike up Mt. Batur (volcano). Fourteen of us in our group from the green lion volunteer program, plus two other girls from Finland we drove through the small streets. The streets quite dead in the middle of the night, it was a very cool way to see the countryside in the glow of the moon and stars. We arrived at the base of the volcano still hours before dawn. Our guide handed out warm coffee before ...