Komaneka at Bisma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as you can't be higher than the priest). After the procession most of the crowd went into the temple to prey, but we couldn't as the people from our village, Bedulu, prey for the full moon on Friday (depending on where you lives tells you when you can prey). They whole evening was such a special thing to be a part of and it makes me so happy that I am living in this amazing community where people are happy to let me be a part of their special days. ...
When we last left you, we were headed back to the Kuta/Legian beach area of Bali to do some last minute surfing. It was sad to say bye to Gili T. but we hoped on a fast boat, and enjoyed a rip on the ocean with the wind in our faces as we made our way to Bali. A sweaty, crammed Bemo ride after, and we had found our way to our hotel, perhaps more in the Kuta area than last time.
Our patience was a ...
... from the local taxi drivers, coach operators and boat owners. In India, rule of thumb was to pay a third of their asking price, whereas in Bali, it tends to be about half.
We visited Ubud Palace and it was very interesting to see they were building funeral towers after the recent passing of a Ubud King. Bali’s cremation ceremonies are some of the most magnificent in the world. The Balinese believe that, it is only through the cremation ...
... anywhere. To most appropriate name for it would be an organized chaos. Chaos- as you have hundreds of motorbikes and cars coming from every direction. Organized - as it's actually working- we haven't seen a single accident since we got here. The secret to driving in Bali is: just go. As the driver explained to us: 'if red- you go, if green- you go. If you go- you ok, if you stop- you crash'. So far as the Balinese driving rules go, I learned the ...
... airport is mind blowing, magnificent and large but I missed the timber lined corridors and the regulation timber and pale green vinyl tiles. No Smoking signs around the airport mean you are no longer blasted on arrival with the delicious smell of Clove cigarettes. The road aren't as bumpy and the buildings are getting taller and neater. Nevertheless, it's great to be ...