Sunday, July 6, 2014

Picture Time!

The last blog post was sorely lacking in photos, so this entry is mostly dedicated to pictures.

Picture 1: Joey getting held by the waiters at 'The Balcony' restaurant. As you can see, with his arm on the waiters shoulder, he is feeling quite at home.

Our typical meal here in Bali.  Nasi Goreng and Mie Goreng. Mine with an iced coffee, and Stuart's with a mango juice.  Our fave!

                                 Mommy and Joey on the beach doing Joey's new favorite activity:
                                        looking up at the moon in amazement saying 'Moo! Moo!'

Coupla Sillies heading out to the beach

This picture was taken right after a frustrating crisis that involved me ripping my shirt off and nursing in the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. (Public washrooms are hard to find... and I was wearing a high necked t-shirt. My bad...) also, no one batted an eye or even noticed.

A tired puppy.

And now just a few pictures from our first official day in Ubud (today)

Excited to be here finally!

Teething, Bali Style

I was terrified to sit with the wild monkeys at 'Monkey Forest', so I grabbed this girl and linked arms with her to sit beside me. Strength in numbers! 

Some of our new friends (No, this is not a zoo. This is in the wild)

What a beautiful Jungle Ubud has! Insanely awesome!

They say pictures are worth a thousand words. And tonight I have no words except that I love this place more and more all the time.  You should see our hotel. It's actually not a hotel... it's like we have our own gigantic private space.  I would call it a suite, but there's no kitchen.  It's the size of a suite, though.  You can get everything here.  Anything you want, just ring the front desk and they'll deliver it to your gigantic balcony overlooking rice paddies.  
In the morning there are tons of different exotic birds chirping and in the evening there are so many different kinds of bugs making evening noises.  It's so awesome.  There are two gecko's living outside of our room, and the ants here are the size of a dime (huge!).  The monkeys in the monkey forest are crazy and climb on people. It's so beautiful here. I can't even. Oh, and the food is great, too.
More about all of this in later posts. Good night!
If anyone's reading this blog, 'honk' in the comments section if you'd like. :)


  1. Love reading your blog and seeing all the makes me miss "home." So glad you are having a good time. I can't wait to get back to Bali, it's definitely a special place to spend time.

  2. stuart looks so ripped in that last pic