Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa
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... which we are renting, we have an open air shower which shares a space with lovely plants, this space backs onto forest, palm trees and fields, beautiful. We have a comfy living room with a good breeze to keep us cool, chickens run around the front of the house and there is wildlife in abundance. Dragonflies pass by, lizards creep up the walls, colourful birds rest in the tree’s and the sounds of the forest animals are all around, their songs changing as the heat of the day ...
... a surf camp we decided to make the following week our home.
But we didn't linger as we had to dash back to the temple thing. Not entirely sure what we were letting ourselves in for. Our man Alit had gone when we arrived, but we were taken there by his mate. The temple, was packed to the gunnels with people dressed largely in white.
Huge platforms had been erected on which were placed ...
... but I asked if I could photograph her and the kitten. She was very friendly, but I couldn't take the kitten in my luggage.
I thought the plane was leaving at 6:45, but it was 4:30 instead, so we had to hurry to leave the guesthouse, which was a pity as we didn't get a chance to say goodbye to Sabine, a friend we met there. Sorry Sabine.
... legs and all sorts. It was a bit scary!!! There were some really cute guys though, we spent ages watching a little family of monkeys with a tiny little baby. They were very cute!
Later that evening, the four of us went out for a meal before going to watch another dance show, this time was at Ubud Palace which was a beautiful backdrop for the performance. This time we saw a Legong performance which is meant to be the most ...
... sorted out my laundry that was in desperate need of washing after climbing a volcano and soaking up the salt water on the island, and set off. I found a local place to drop off my goods and then wandered around the back streets even more impressed by the stone sculptures and local courtyards that seemed to be a custom for all those living in this neighbourhood. Having worked up an appetite I enjoyed a chicken noodle soup with some kick at one of the local ...