Villa Di Abing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the guide told me to stand up. Phew, a wee bit nerve racking and no harm done, Paul has a very funny photo which I will pop up later!
The temples here look like something out of Indian Jones, or some other film, they are mostly still in use so there are only a few which you can go and look around. This part of Indonesia was protected, after a fashion, from the western world for years so the culture is quite ancient and although western and ...
... ve already seen a load of monkeys because they leave the forest and come out to the streets nearby. It's really neat to see. We found out today that most Balinese people have the same names. If you're a first born, you are called Wayan. Second born - Madi, third born Koman, and fourth born Kotut. If you're the fifth born child you are called Wayan and the cycle continues. If you're a girl you're called E-Wayan, or E-Madi, etc, and if you're ...
... where we'd spend our final 3 days in Asia. Ubud was beautiful, incredibly green, all the surrounding hills are filled with rice fields and palm trees. Upon arriving we discovered we'd come to Bali at a special time, on our first full day there was a massive festival to celebrate their new year! The only down side was our last day was a day of silence and reflection, you can't go outside and strictly speaking shouldn't use electricity or even talk! Thankfully our hotel allows you to ...
... the entry fence of the forest were two rented mountain bikes we saw when we arrived. Upon closer inspection we realized a monkey was tearing parts of the bike seat off - guess he thought it was food of some sort. Nice story for the people when they try to return the bike. Caleb thought this was great - he seems to be on the monkeys side. Our first big test came when the dirt path we were to take led through some 20 monkeys on either side. We had ensured ...
Thursday 26 February
Sitting at breakfast one of the restaurant staff came over to our table and told me they had a call for me. The first thing I thought was that something had happened at home so I picked up the phone expecting the worst only to be greeted by a cheery Balinese voice "Hi this is Wayan, sorry I just read your email". My rice paddy walk is on!
They usually start early - 7.30 pickup - to avoid the ...