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Travel Blogs from Ubud
... before she went back to Yayasan!
We later met up with the others we were slightly tipsy and went to the market. The market is a complete assort on the senses – people trying to call you over to their stall, dogs playing in between the stalls, fresh fruit, sarongs, bright colours, silver – YOU NAME IT, it was there! We found some good buys and bartered our little hearts out and actually had a great afternoon.
... is, it was an expensive lunch! But tasted great and made us feel great, so it was worth it.
All the ladies from the hostel were coming to the music festival for the last night, so I met up with them and we headed for a pre-show dinner.
Between the 6 of us we had two motorbikes, so we hopped 3 on each and took off for the festival!
More beautiful eclectic bands from all over the world- the US (but sounded middle eastern), Chile, Bali, and the headliner was Xavier ...
... plane and headed to KL. KL transition was smooth and the airport was quite lovely. Gardens all around and very open and modern. Tons of shopping. Since we missed our connector to Denpasar we were worried about getting a new flight but by the time we got off the plane in KL they already had our tickets to Denpasar so we didn't have to worry about that.
Our descend into Bali was breathtaking, beautiful water and ...
... hour or so we reached Ubud. The place is a stark contrast of the rowdy crowd and harried life in Kuta. Some people considered it a spirirtual escape a place to meditate and renew spiritual vows because of its perfect stillness.And just like Elizabeth Gilbert’s best selling memoir Eat Pray Love , Julia Roberts find inner balance and spiritual fulfilment in life in Ubud.
We dropped by Sri Bungalow first our stuffs to ...
On Monday Brigitte introduced me to the Yoga Barn and we went to a sound meditation class in the evening and enjoyed a dinner with Joel afterwards. We all decided to go on a little tour together the next day.
So on Tuesday we left quite early to visit the Monkey Forest in Sangeh - it was so relaxing and the monkeys were not aggressive at all. What a nice change to Ubud. We then continued to the temple Batukaru, the botanical ...