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Something that has come up a lot already on this trip is the inevitable "oohhhh honeymooners, you on your honeymoon?" It's quite funny and our response sometimes makes people feel embarrassed, but we don't. It's an easy mistake to make... I mean, who wouldn't want to "wife" me :)
But in all seriousness, I think I should clear the air for those reading this who perhaps don't know the story of Jon and I (or who secretly like me and want to know if I'm still single). ...
... hey Claudia! The curse may be broken, no monkeys peed on me the whole time I was there !! Hahaha!!)
Next we explored Ubud some more, we discovered a street where the yoga/meditation crowd seems to be centered. Very different vibe...a lot more "chill" and you see the word "vegan" on a lot more menus!! We had a nice organic lunch and we treated ourselves to a ...
... coconut), opor ayam (A famous Balinese chicken dish), Bali Sate Lilit (satay!), pisang goreng (fried bananas) and sambal goreng udang (fried chilli sauce with prawns, my favourite). All in all it was a fun(ish) morning and I have taken away recipes I will try on unsuspecting victims. I do believe though, that there are better cooking courses out there, indeed trip advisor seem to think so too.
So, suitably full up from cooking/eating, i bought some Salak (see a theme ...
... and lounge areas were situated all about. It was truly a magical feeling.
I was then taken to my Lombung. A Lombung is a traditional Balinese room consisting of a thatched roof and authentic antique wood. I was led up a narrow set of stairs to my very own private room that overlooked the rice paddy fields. Forget about everything else I described as being magical, spectacular, surreally beautiful, unbelievable, jaw dropping, just down right like a dream! ...
... couple walking as close as they could by the bottom of the waterfall in their swim wear, a bit too dangerous if you ask me we then continued a steep climb up stairs and rocks and little hidden pathways to the second waterfall. The walk was quite difficult because apart from walking mostly uphill we also had to walk through rivers a couple of times with our bags on our back and our shoes in our hand, the real thing! We well and truly climbed to ...