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24/03/15

Today we started the day off trying some infamous babi guling (suckling pig) from Iku Oba - the restaurant opens at 11am and closes whenever the pig has sold out which is usually pretty quickly! Our impressions: nice, but we’ve had nicer, 6/10.

We then took a stroll down to Monkey Forest, (which inhabits over 600 monkeys) to watch the mischievous animals climb all over anyone who looked like they might have something tasty to offer - visitors can buy bunches of bananas to feed them and they don’t last long! After we’d had enough of watching monkeys scramble for bananas, try (and fail) to open coconuts and chase one another, we stopped off for a fruit shake in a cafe with beautiful rice field views.