Pat-Mase, Villas at Jimbaran
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the 2nd an angry character and on and on. Each dance was a story in itself. The hand movements of the dancers are amazing. I don't know how they do it. They all seem to have long fingers that they can twist upwards like talons and they wiggle them with little movements. So much of the movement comes from the hands and arms. The costumes were beautiful and even though the dances seemed to go on forever, ...
Tuesday I hit up the local markets in Denpasar and was sorry I did. The term 'local' should have been a good indicator to stay away. I was the only tourist in that place and stuck out like a sore thumb. Once they saw my baby blues it was game over. I'll be sure to go back there..umm, NEVER.
Wednesday however sure made up for lost time. I awoke by the sounds of roosters and the local workers hammering away. There are three things that I've had extreme culture shock with here: the ...
... nice to see where our coffee comes from and taste it at the source. All buzzing from the caffeine we continued to a view of the rice terrace. This view was amazing because not only was it beautful, it was massive and an impressive feat of human endeavour. Over thousands of years the ground has been changed to enable them to farm rice to feed the population. The rice terraces stretched as far as the eye can see which isn't surprising as all they eat here is rice. Our second to last stop ...
... on a bike in 32 degree heat, catching a tan and taking in the beautiful surroundings of Ubud. We stopped for fuel on our way, and managed to let the bike fall over on its side, which we found hilarious, and the locals looked more concerned that we were allowed to drive it round, when we struggled to stand it up.
Fuel was sold at little local shops on the side of the road or in the little cultural villages, and was often bottled in Absolute Vodka 1 litre bottles and sold for ...
... spices. The women are making hundreds of small offerings with palm leaves and flowers. The children are keeping a small charcoal fire burning to cook various things like chickens. It goes on all day.
Meanwhile the Homestay guests walk in and out. No one is bothered or offended by taking photos or asking"What is that???"
Darta tells me the ceremony is to bless their house temple. It has to be done every 210 days. Must have some Hindu significance. We'll see ...