Cleopatra Beach Bungalows
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... beach at first glance. However it’s still a really cute quaint place to get away from it all and have a bit of a retreat.
The best part of the Lovina though was the delicious food that was on offer at the various cafes and restaurants; it was all so cheap too!
After 4 nights at Lovina though we felt as though it was time to move on to pastures new as we were starting to feel like holidaymakers rather than ...
... which is just gross). We met this incredible older couple who have traveled the world and done some amazing things. They told us how they used to be more wild but have had to calm down in recent years because of the grandkids. This means, they only ride their motorcycles on weekends. We were hypnotized by their stories and laughed as the man had to get out of the water after an hour because he didn't want to ruin his new tattoo. I only hope I can be like them.
... not far from Ubud. The village was full of compounds like we saw yesterday (each having a temple in it). There were lots of dogs along the way and we think many of them were stray and we saw tons of roosters/chickens just wandering on the streets. There were simple shops along the way too. Garyn and I didn't think there's much tourist action in this village and it's predominantly locals. We saw a woman doing laundry and bathing ...
... impart due to these narrow roads, bottling up when a motorcycle, moped or car parks off to the side of the road. The traffic is often, as is in our case of our drive to the temple, the traffic was backed up due to one Balinese ceremony taking place or another. Women dressed in white lace shirts, brightly coloured sarongs and sashes congregated by the side of the road all filling into one family temple. The women almost all balancing something on their heads. Men dressed in black and ...
Welcome to Ubud in the heart of Bali! Ubud has been the cultural heart of Bali for years now and there are a ton of things to see and do. Ubud is about a 3 hour bus ride from Legia and is a must do when coming to Bali. As usual we arrived with no reservations (We really should have named this the No Reservations World Tour instead of the birthday tour. Sorry Anthony Bordaine.) and followed a local guy home. Funny how that ...