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... a few bigger macaques around and I had given away all my bananas. We took a couple selfies. First I took one with a monkey 5 ft away, then a bit closer each time. I grabbed Kristen and put her closest to the monkey for a selfie with the 3 of us... Then some more monkey business happened. The friendly little macaque grabbed onto Kristen's day bag in search of hidden bananas. When he couldn't find any, he decided he would search the rest of Kristen ...
... terraces. These ones had rice in all stages which was neat to see.
We made our way to Kubu Carik and went down a long flight of stairs to reach our place. The first thing we noticed was how incredible the view was. It looked out over the entire valley of rice terraces! There were only 3 rooms in the place and we were the only people there for the first night. We relaxed on the couch under the pavilion and enjoyed tea & ...
... minutes until it let up.
Overall, I saw a lot and had a good day, but would have preferred to do it on my own or with a friend on a bike.
But really, he only charged me 200,000 Rupiah (about 20USD) for the whole day (830AM-5PM), so I can't complain too much.
Dinner... I'm sure I had a delicious dinner... oh wait!
This was the night of two dinners :D
I ate some Balinese spinach (swamp greens) and rice at a local balinese place, then walked around to ...
... to Bali for almost 30 years and these are the things that I don't like !!!!!
We saw our daughter and the grandkids and then the in laws.
Bid everyone goodnight and headed back to Dayus for a massage.
It seems to help us sleep so well.
So I am afraid this blog isn't very exciting at this point because we are in our second home just meandering and doing not much.
I think after Monday when we move on to Surabaya, there will be much to ...
... of rum on our balcony, slept like a log! Wed 18th Sep - We woke to the family cockerel in the garden around 7am and the family made us breakfast, fruit platter and banana jaffles (toastie!) to eat on the balcony. Col and I decided to go for a walk today using a map from the lonely planet guide, it was a 6km route and appeared straight forward crossing rice fields etc. As usual we got lost and ended up walking for 4 hours and covering more like 12km! It was an experience ...