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... monkey forest, and then jumped in for our one hour ride to a temple. I spent the ride downloading the millions of photos and videos I had taken of the monkeys - we needed space on our SD card, as it was a newly purchased 16 GB and all we had left for the next three weeks! (We had managed to fill up six other SD cards that were 8 GB each over the last 3 months, this one was extra and there were no more where it came from!)
The ride to the ...
... for exploration!
On my time off, I like to rent a scooter (for 3 USD for the whole day) and ride into town. There are so many Warungs (small shops) and cafes. It was a little interesting getting used to driving on the other side of the road, but I'm definitely getting the hang of it!
There are a couple of delicious organic and raw restaurants right within walking distance from the cottages. It's fun to try the ...
... paintings, ceramics, textiles, furniture. Living here is just so interesting. Some of the amenities of this house are: breakfast prepared for me every morning by Ayu who also cleans the house, 2 bicycles that I could use at any time, WiFi, and, get this, a bunny rabbit.
That's right, I am sharing the house with a rabbit named Buni. He, I think it's a ...
... green rice paddy fields and little Balinese houses. I stopped for lunch along the way, at an organic restaurant in the middle of the rice fields and then just walked some more. It was such a nice day. In the evening, after all that hard work I treated myself to an hour long manicure and pedicure and a giant ice cream sundae!
So, what now? Wait for Mum and Alex to arrive and celebrate my 30th Birthday!
... by some old ladies - mental note to make sure I watch out for this in the future.
Lakshmi Coffee Plantation
This was pretty cool. We saw the process of how they made coffee (or koppe as they like to say here), and get this, it is made with ****! Like seriously, this animal east the beans, digests them, then ***** them out. Before the staff dry, cook and crush them into a brew. We then got to sample their tea and '****' ...