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... no cover from the sun. That said, the rice fields and banana trees were quite the sight. I continued onward and passed through small village after small village. At one point I passed an elderly lady bathing in the ditch by the road that was full of running water. I wondered if some of these people had never ventured down to Ubud. If family ties are so important, maybe going elsewhere does not make sense to many people. I ...
... back up to the villa wasn't too pleasant though, 20 minutes up hill in the intense heat was a very hot and sweaty affaire... But I've been complaining about my lack if exercise so I made the most of it :) In the evening we went to Seminyak to an amazing bar/club that was like a rabbit warren, and covered in so much stuff like old TVs, books, instruments and records. It was everywhere and I could have spent all night just walking around and looking at it all! It ...
... at the Honeymoon Guesthouses Number One. If I had known it was so far I would have caught a Taksi (Taxi) as being on crutches I really did find it difficult and very hard work in the heat. A big thank you to Harry Swinkles who was walking with Jules and held back to wait for me and to Simon Kluckow for coming back to check if I was ok because in doing so we lost touch with the rest of the tour group and ended up at Honeymoon Two to be directed by a ...
... through villages, we passed food stalls and housing... Konam also pointed out to us a large gold and black tiger and an ornate guilded statue standing outside a family home. He informed us that this is a sign that a high class member of the community had passed and was awaiting their cremation. High-class Balinese receive a tiger at their cremation ceremony and the lower classes are represented by a bull... and have to wait 3-5 years for the ceremony ...
... m from. I say 'London' each time but then they look at my skin (which is darker than usual thanks to the lovely weather) and they say 'no, you look Indian'. Then that goes into a conversation about my Indian heritage but that I'm from London. Born, raised and proud. On the occasions they don't ask, they just start complimenting me in Hindi which makes me laugh so they instantly know I understand. It's starting ...