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Casual Flooding in Sanur

Nathan and I have moved to Sanur (snore, sewer) on our way to Nusa Lembongan. Pretty much as soon as we arrived it started raining super hard and some low-lying street began to flood a little.


Uluwatu -> Munduk -> Lovina -> Ubud

It's been a while since the last blog post since I haven't been in range of wifi and I don't like to pay to use the internet.


From Uluwatu we got a ride alll the way up to Munduk, which is in the northern mountains.  It's very beautiful there and all the trees, mountains, friendly people and higher elevation make it feel a lot like Rossland.  On our second day there, we decided to go for short walk to check out a couple of waterfalls, this short walk quickly became a 25km trek which started off really hot and sunny, but then turned into a full of torrential downpour.

View from our deck in Munduk

There isn't much to do in Munduk other than hike and look at the abundant waterfalls so we only stayed for 2 nights before continuing north to Lovina.
View from our roof in Lovina.
 Lovina is spread out over 8km of ocean on the northern coast of Bali, and we took the opportunity to relax and spend a little money as possible for a few days.
We rented some motorwhips.
and went to a Buddhist monastery.

and some hotsprings.
and more waterfalls.
After a few days in Lovina we got a ride back down to Ubud to stay at Wahyu Bungalows for another week of bartering, adventuring, and seeing cool things.

Nasi Jenggo at Devilicious.
Mangosteen - soooo good.

We went to a cremation.

Ate a smoked duck.
and had lots of fun bartering and hanging out in the massive market every day.
After Ubud we headed down to Kuta for some ocean time before Raine and Marshall left.

JL Poppies II

That's all for now!


Craziest Thing I've Ever Seen

We just went to a cremation. It was a little bit different then a Canadian funeral to say the least.



Last evening we rode our whips out to Dreamland beach for sunset.  Unfortunately, Raine ran over a big ol' nail which popped his tire.





Made it to Uluwatu yesterday afternoon and quickly found an awesome place to stay.  We're living in a little 3 bedroom house with a kitchen and bathroom for the next few days.  cost=$12.50 each a night.  We went rented motorwhips and went to Uluwatu beach and Padang Padang beach yesterday.  The beaches here on the Bukit peninsula are amazing!  To get to them you have to walk down the steepest stairs and through narrow walkways- almost tunnels to get to the beach.  I'll put some cool photos up here soon.



Yesterday, we left Gili Trawangan and came to Sanur because we had a free shuttle here.  We soon discovered that there's nothing to do here so we're going to the Bukit peninsula today!