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... 3 and cares for us like
her children, making sure that we have everything we need, are comfortable and
have a well stocked fridge at all times. She really is a gem, and it’s been
great to learn about her life, which is simple and pure, and also to watch her
adorable face when she laughs during one of our many chats together. That
evening we ate fresh local food by candle light on the open air dining table on
the top floor which also has a hammock ...
... as well as a school for underprivileged children.
The local religion is a mixture of animism, Buddhism and Hinduism. Bali has been called the Island of Temples, there are so many. Every village has at least three, honouring Brahma, Wisnu, and Shiva. Nearby Tejakula village has 10 temples. Yen, the manager at Gaia-Oasis, introduced us to their prayer ceremonies, with offerings at the on-site temple, and one early morning we ...
... island wearing the same thing… time for a good cleanse!
The Balinese people are so special. They are extremely friendly and accommodating. Always asking if you’re ok, if you need anything and how can they help you. We are really enjoying our stay here. Found lots of businesses use “hotspots” for their internet instead of routers. Makes for some up and down service. ...
... so so nice and always very helpful.The host father went fishing every day and served the fish afterwards - so delicious. Overall the time in Amed was very relaxed, what is not too bad for holiday ;). Snorkeling, swimming, laying in the sun, eating fish, talk, listen to live music, sleep :) On the last day we had a bamboo bonfire on the beach - as e real German from the north coast it's just natural to have a fire at the beach!
... the two of us. Give 40 pounds to a cab driver in London and that'll just about get you out of the city centre! The journey was basically a mini rollercoaster ride through the dense traffic surrounding Denpasar and then the windy narrow roads climbing the volcano (one of many in Indonesia), Gunung (Mt.) Batukau at 2276m, in the centre of the island. Our cab driver was a local who drove like he wanted to kill us all in the taxi and everyone around ...