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... of the ocean and of course.. monkeys. There are beaches in the area where the locals seem to go, probably because they are cleaner than the beaches in the city center. We did a cooking course where we learned how to prepare some very tasty Balinese dishes and did a day of diving in Tulamben on a sunk WWII liberty ship. We were fortunate enough to run into my brother in-law’s ...
People tend to think of Bali as a tropical island paradise. I certainly did. And in many ways it is. But there were also a few surprises for me there.
First, though, a comment on the weather. It's been the rainy season for all of Southeast Asia where I have been for the whole time I have been here. But up to now, I was sort of wondering what the fuss was all about. It only rained for an hour or so, perhaps every other day, usually in ...
... made there from their cocoa beans... It was delicious.
We arrived at Puri Candikuning, and we were amazed at the stunning resort. The photos from the booking site didn't do the place justice. The suite was more like a villa with its own kitchen too, not that I had any intention of cooking. The bathroom had a massive spa bath in a bay window and a huge rain shower. The back door led out to a small terrace where you had a fantastic view over the lake and the ...
... but I was glad I saw it to be respectful. I noticed that the anniversary was on the 12th October which was in 4 days time but there wouldn't be any events to mark this years anniversary. After leaving the Memorial I started slowly walking back to my hotel bypassing some shops and buying some new pants which I was in great need of (finding ones to fit me comfortably anywhere in Asia is hard) so I was happy when one store had ones which were perfect, so I bought 2. After shopping I ...
... art work and traditional temples. Lunch was utterly disappointing as I opted for a traditional Indonesian dish without really knowing what it was, but the walking round was great. We saw the palace, walked to a river and through some fields, visited a market and generally wandered around the local streets. From here we met the guys and continued on to the rice paddy fields. They made for a stunning view, but not much to ...