this last post from bali has been a long time coming, but delayed and procrastinated heavily because of the absolute sadness of leaving bali yet again. but all absolutely fantastic, soul-enriching adventures must come to an end at least once, and sometimes twice. so without further ado I give you our last days beginning with a tour of the chillhouse…
There were lots of statues, offerings to the statues, flowers, plants, color, prettiness, critters and animals, safe-places, and comforts. The food was always amazing and the staff was delightful. It rained just about every day, which never swept away the humidity but always made the colors much more rich and photo worthy.
this just happened to be the most perfect place i’ve ever practiced yoga,
critters and animals were everywhere, though i never saw the one that gave me the nasty bug bite below. a frog was living in our shower walls, there was a gecko living in our bedroom walls, cats and puppies everywhere (and only liked one when fed), among others… sadly I don’t have any photos of the biggest spider i’ve ever seen that crawled into our room (i didn’t sleep much that night), or any of the snake that came within inches of falling on my head from a full grown tree.
we took a last trip to see the waves…
and finally a barely-there maternity shoot
and then we were done, we fought to get a cab back to the resort just in time to clean up, finish packing, and checkout. we didn’t get our last lunch out in town but we checked out in time to avoid a late fee and one last smoothie from the kitchen that i would pay a pretty penny to have right now.
bye bye for now bali, see you again some time in the near/far future.
if you missed the previous bali posts see them here:welcome to a silent bali, day after Nyepi, they scootered and surfed into the sunset, the one with all the monkeys, a birthday, and lots of photos
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thanks for traveling with me…