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... obvious to even the most casual observer. A typical Balinese home is really a walled complex with a cooking area, separate huts for each generation, and a small temple. So yes there are temples everywhere, one for each family. Also everyone places colorful flower offerings on the floor each day, so you can't go a few steps without seeing a visual reminder of the religion. It's beautiful.
Ubud is sprawling yet walkable and described in guide books as artsy ...
... are absolutely not my specialty and my one encounter is enough for a lifetime.
To make a long story short, we had discussions about eating habits, the result of giving peanuts to children and many more subjects. The best part was listening and watching how they treated choking. Stroking softly over the sternum of the child, rubbing his shoulders, keeping him in their arms and cradling him. The same traditions I found in Africa. Practicing on ...
... to mention, my mom and sis decided to tag along too. Just 3 weeks before our departure, Mt Kelud erupted sending the volcano ashes all the way to Jogja. Luckily, they have manage to clear the ashes. Phew... Lucky us.
Upon arriving at Jogja, we checked into Sheraton Hotel which is 10 mins drive away from the airport but quite far away from Malioboro Street. After settling our luggage, we make our ...
... any of the locals. Jayadwi, it was a pleasure meeting you and a real joy to share my love of Muse with you, including their latest album.
Arriving into Probolinggo at midnight and catching a moto taxi to my hotel, I arrived into Hotel Panorama, 6km from town, overpriced (150,000) and a complete s**thole! Knowing that I needed an early night, in order for the next day’s mission, I settled down with thoughts that they should just burn the place to the ground!
... eagerly invited to their family home which, despite being in a different direction, we agreed to visit. Arriving late we were welcomed to the beautiful Trio G seaside restaurant where, surrounded by the family and staff, we were presented with a banquet of fish, rice and fruit. The friendliness and hospitality continued for the next three days where we were happily taken to visit many of Galih's friends in the picturesque villages nearby. Each ...
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