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... through town and then burned. The following day (Nyepi) was a bit boring because all we could do is hang around our villa. It would have been interesting to be a "fly-on-the-wall" and go into the town but this is strictly forbidden. Afterwards, Mike and Nikki secured a place next door and we really enjoyed their company. Sadly, a week ago, while riding our motorbikes north of Ubud, I crashed (with Louise and Sam) ...
... their songs turn nocturnal with the passing of the day. So far we’ve enjoyed a deliciously lazy morning, eaten fresh fruits and drank local coffee and plan on doing very little today. We have one more full day here before we make the journey north to Amed to meet Eugene and Jess and have learnt lots about Amed from our chats with the people we have met so far. Apparently there are clear sea’s for snorkelling, a volcanic black beach with crystal clear waters, ...
... a WI cake stall at the village fate of the apocalypse! Really insane. Amongst all this cacophany we spotted a full scale puppet show going on, with no audience, tucked into the corner, and our man Alit and his team preparing to enter the stage.
Actually, no stage, just a strip of space between the platform of offerings and priests, and the Gamelan and audience. Eventually a wonderful masked ...
After reading the story yesterday about the surfer who drowned at Kuta "Doing what he loved" it made me think. I read a book in my teenage years "Let no man write my Epitaph" and what will mine be?
This is what I would hope.. they find my body on the couch with an Xbox controller in my hand...ah but he died doing what he loved.
I pitch forward into a bowl of Pho or Cau Lau ...he died doing what he loved.
... long the shops, houses and people thinned out and we started walking along a narrow path through the rainforest paralleling a tiny canal with brown water rushing through it. We're pretty sure the little diversion canals you see around town are to supply water to the rice paddies. They seem to flood small flat terraces of land then plant small tufts of rice stalks together row by row. By this point we had been walking for almost 2 hours, and straight north. ...