After a content-rich call with the Lifebook VIP members for health and fitness month, it was time for our group to get serious about our own fitness routines. Jon set up the 1st of the Insanity Workouts by the pool. Everyone lunged, jumped, stretched, and pushed their abilities to the max. This made for a great team workout for Lifebook’s current Health and Fitness Challenge. Next time, perhaps we will workout earlier in the day, before temperatures reach 90 degrees.
The evening brought an opportunity to experience local commerce at the markets in Denpasar. The first market featured flowers, fruits, vegetables and meats. Locals haggled with vendors as they purchased food for the week. The second market was a bustling series of tents offering everything from music to clothing. Not a traditional tourist stop, the Denpasar markets are a true chance to shop and mingle with the local community.
Sari Organik is an experimental station for farming and food processing. specializing in growing organic vegetables and rice and making other products that can be processed from local produce.
The next day highlighted a view of Purah Tanah Lot.
Lifebook members and staff began a nine-day adventure with the Butcher Family in Bali, Indonesia this week.
The Ubud Monkey Forest was one of the group’s first stops. Monkeys native to Bali climb, run and play in their native habitat. Guests traverse the bridges and walkways as monkeys go about their antics practically uninhibited by the presence of humans.