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... nervous, but everyone soon relaxed around each other and it worked really well. It was lovely to see the interaction between the classes and I hope they it will start to happen more. After class I had a dance lesson with the girls from class C and they worked me so hard, asking to do the dances over and over again! It was really fun though and I love teaching them. Tonight I set myself the task of starting to pack my bag which was a mission, but I'm getting more ...
... full moon. I was so cold I had to wear socks with my tevas having lost my hiking boots in my travels. The descend back down was easier although still very slippery as you stand in rocks that want to ride down with you. On the way down around the halfway point when the trek becomes easier there are fields that are being ploughed using cows and women and children planting crops. This was all set between the mountains and the lake indeed very peaceful ...
... I'm glad he accidentally brought it on the trip) and confirm we were heading in the right direction. After lunch we headed back out onto the road. It turned out to be a quiet one lane road that took us down and back up the rainforest valley and though a beautiful village full of temples (see video). We stopped to check we were still heading in the right direction but unfortunately Google maps was no longer tracking us. We figured we would carry on a little longer and ...
... We arrived back after 10am and I wanted to catch the Perama bus back to Kuta at 11.30pm. Gutav kindly stopped at the office so i could by my ticket before dropping me back at the hostel. I grabbed my belongings, checked out and took the 20 minute walk to the Perama station with all my bags. As always I got asked a million times "taxi, taxi", "where you go", "good price". I made it to the station with about 30 minutes to spare, in which i sat down and tried ...
Von Amed gings weiter nach Ubud, eine Stadt in der Mitte von Bali, bekannt geworden durch Eat Pray Love. Neben einem schier endlosen Angebot von Yogakursen, Spas und Massagen, gibts hier vor allem unzählige stylische Restaurants und Cafes und jedes zweite wirbt mit organic, healthy oder gluten free. Ich beschloss, dass Ubud-Standard-Programm durchzuziehen und einen Wellnesstag mit Yoga, Massage (die einem alle 3 Meter als "Masaaaas, Masaaaas?!" ...