Ride to Tegalalang and avoiding coconut bombs
Today is a day off as John has a ceremony to prepare for. I had a little adventure to Tagalalang stopping in some of the shop and getting some ideas for my custom order handicraft jewelry for the Elements Line. I always want to bring a container home full of all of the great household items. I also want to build a house after visiting Bali. I saw some incredible pieces of furniture and wall art made from oil drums (very industrial perfect for a loft in New York). Great rock and stone work and some awesome lamps were the eye candy of the day. After my adventure a little time by the swimming pool, followed by an avocado shake and a mixed fruit & ice salad. The mixed fruit salad comes with watermelon, honey dew, jack fruit, avocado, bananas, a jelly like seed that is very tasty (not sure of the name), milk, coconut juice, sugar and ice. Yummy! In the late afternoons a little monkey vision. I don’t have a television in my room so I often just sit and watch the monkeys play in the garden. It is funny they often run over the grass really fast and then roll doing fast summer salts. When something scares them the littlest monkeys run to their mother and hook like magnets to the bellies. If one monkey gets a coconut the other try to take it away and a sporting event ensues. The monkies are very smart, they will throw the coconut into the air and let it drop to break it… sometimes from way high up on the roof all the way to the ground below so you have to be careful that you don’t get clobbered. Twice today a monkey threw a coconut off the roof near me.