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... where one puts fruit and some old cooked rice and finally, three sticks of encense: the trinity here, Brahma the creator, Vishnu the protector and Shiva the destroyer.
Second course: take a round watermelon and turn it into a flower! So nice! First time ever I do carving, which means, taking away the parts you don't need, different way of thinking! I loved it, and once the teacher, ...
... no stopping yourself from sliding. It was really fun! We were back down by 8.30am, we walked passed all the chilli trees and tomato tree plantations. Absolutely shattered once we stopped and sat back in the car. We had a good stretch but we were still aching! Not a good sign. Back to the hotel, we went through all of the gorgeous rice and coffee plantations on the way. It was on a really small scale to Sapa and they had banana trees and palm trees surrounding them. We went back ...
... We sat on long bar overlooking the volcano and Lake Batur. Lunch was buffet style with plenty of choices.
We continued on the ridge for a bit and followed a steep hair pinned road down to the lake valley. We kept it short it was getting late.
On the way back we chose a different route. Made a stop at coffee plantation where we got a taste of local chocolate and ...
... get bit by a massive monkey because she wouldn't give up her banana. All in all, they were cute, just from a distance.
Today is my full day off from training. A could people went to the beach in Seminyak, a few of us stayed in Ubud. My sunburn is still healing (8 days later, I want it gone) so I'm going to the Ubud Market to shop around. After, I'll grab some books and sit by the pool.
... recently, so the food is always prepared fresh. They cook again in the afternoon for dinner, and again people sit to eat whenever they want to, on their own.
The west building is the parents’ main building, and rooms are added as children are born. If this is a less affluent family then families share these quarters. In addition there is a rice storage building, on either the right or left of the kitchen building.
On the left side of ...