Danoya Villa - Private Luxury Residences
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... at a very ancient Muslim tempke built in the 1500s. It is not allowed to wear shorts so fir a small donation tgey lend you a cloth wrap to wear to cover your legs. Women also cannot bare their shoulders and must cover them to show respect when visiting a temple.
Because of the heavy traffic I didn't get back till about 6pm. We were suppossed to had seen monkey forest and a Muslim temple on the water for sunset but ran out of time. In hind sight we maybe could ...
... meal so all is well.!!
Passing rugged Islands this morning ,and then a lecture on
our next Port of Kota Kinabalau,which [HS1] sounds
interesting and lovely, we have a tour there, but 2 days away. Nearing the equator, so it’s very
hot and humid, but we find shady spots.
Good to hear from our friend Judy, and Karen on the Dawn
Princess, ahead of us, different Ports, so enjoying their ...
... harvested, we were informed were currently at their most beautiful. We wobbled and laughed our way inelegantly through a series of poses, but had a lot of fun doing so. Saluting the sun in these temperatures certainly worked off some of the previous night's barbecue and inspired us to visit a restaurant for lunch that is so fresh and organic that you could actually pick your own vegetables from their fields before you eat them! Ubud is also a cultural capital of sorts, so we ...
This island and it's people are amazing. The courses I've completed were challenging in ways they were designed to be, and also in ways that were specific to my own expectations. If I can carry with me a fraction of the equanimity I've been able to cultivate here, life at home will be vastly different. Perhaps not from the outside, but certainly my inner life will be.
I've learned that yoga, like my other life-altering 'discoveries' (Buddhism, music, midwifery), ...
... was a cafe and spa - rather convenient! Stopped to admire the scenery with fresh coconut juice as much needed reward for the walk up there. The spa had a free slot for a foot massage so had to take advantage of that obviously. Back in town, I went to visit the famous monkey forest. Too many tourists for my liking (some were quite loud and annoying) but the less travelled spots near ...