Adirama Beach Hotel
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... knowing that we’d had a hand in making it. For anyone in the Ubud area looking for a cooking class, I would suggest them. They don’t do a market tour or rice paddy tour on the afternoon class, but other than that they are the same: Payuk Bali Cooking Class.
This morning we went for a walk 3km out of Ubud central towards Goa Gajah temple. This is an old Hindu temple dedicated to Ganesha (the ...
Straight after breakfast, we were picked up by……..yep, Mardi. He took us by car to collect another 2 people on the tour; Anna and Suzanna from Germany and then we drove up to Kintamani at 1,500 Metres altitude. At the first stop we were taken into a Coffee plantation/factory where they showed us the coffee trees and then explained how they make the balinese coffee. ...
I didn't get as much sleep as I was hoping to because the fan in my room began loudly clicking at ~3:00AM and it is too hot to sleep without a fan. I left a bag of my laundry containing most of my clothing, as well as my phone charger at Granny's in Kuta, so I have been running off very little clothing since and despite my best efforts my phone is about to run out of battery. While snorkeling on ...
Bali is too popular.
Although the echelon of high school achievement, mass attention is destroying the island.
Above the tallest palm tree lies a spiritual world. The Balinese government has officially put a number on this height at 15 meters. No building is to exceed this limit and as a result, urban areas are sprawling across countrysides.
Beauty drives tourism, tourism destroys beauty, a catch ...
... and I both slipped and fell on a very steep moss covered part of the path. We were both okay, but dirty, and quickly realized that walking on moss was not a good idea. We continued walking up and down steep slopes following in the general direction the map was showing but unsure of being correct since there were so many little paths in all directions. After making a couple small wrong turns and then turning around, we could finally hear the rushing water of the ...