The Bli Bli Villas & Spa
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... I watched them weave and design mantbtypes of clothes and blankets and I loved the designs so much I ended up buying a traditional Indonesian shirt seen in my photos below.
Then we went to a Volcano. It is located high in the mountains right in the center of Bali 2-3 hours north. It was raining and foggy so I could not see it that well. We had a fabulous Indonesian style buffee lunch there and then started the journey back. On the way back we stoped at a rice ...
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cleanliness, plates had a few smears and the cutlery needed a good wipe….however
brought out the soup, clear with vegetables, and hot ,so it was good,I could
have that, then the seafood… individual plates of whole Lobster, Prawns, Squid
on skewers, with pineapple, small whole cooked fish, all with sauces that were
so good, and eat we did, all well cooked, I didn’t have the whole ...
One of the many good pieces of advice we've received at this conference came from Nancy Gilgoff yesterday. She talked about how much we fidget during practice and how the goal is to focus on the breath and asanas, and ignore all the other distractions. Now, I am a fidgeter extraordinaire - I fix my mat and straighten my shirt and realign my mat and wipe the sweat off and pull down ...
... The Taman Ujung Water Palace. Built in 1909 to house the King of Karangasem and his four wives. It was almost destroyed in the Mt Agung volcanic eruption of 1963 followed by an earthquake in 1975. But recently with extra funding from the World Bank, the Palace and gardens have been beautifully restored.
It's a place to walk around and feel that sense of calm beauty that comes with large areas of still water and gracefully planted ...
... of coconut and orange chocolate. It was sublime. Back in the car I now felt a lot more awake and up for the day ahead. Our next stop was at the Ulun Danu Beratan temple. For this Niomi and I had to cover up which wasn't ideal in the heat but having survived weeks of that in India we have hardened up. Once again we were irritated by groups of giggling, childish young boys wanting a photo with us which of course we handled with all the English politeness we could muster. ...