Swiss-Belhotel Bay View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... is all about the tourists, the artists and the nature. Wood carving including hand made furniture, pictures and statues are a major industry. Our guide said that many people come to Bali to furnish a new home and ship 4 or 5 containers of furniture back. Batik fabrics and painting are also a big target for the tourist trade. Stone carvings are exported in large numbers.
We docked today in the small charming village ...
... for everyone), territorial (villages, and there are 3 categories of these), Functional ( e.g. Fishermen, stone cutters, students etc...), family (each home). Most buildings are temples here, not an exaggeration. Daily ritual offerings. Indonesian English spoken by guide: "If there would be something wrong, I hope you can apologize me." Transportation largely by motorbike. Very beautiful, ...
... This gourmet coffee is crazily expensive everywhere and supposed to be the best coffee in the world...Similar to coffee that I bought in Vietnam except instead of weasels or squirrels shiteing out the coffee beans, it's the Asian palm civet or 'toddy cat' who literally reproduces the goods... At the market, I was offered a 50 grams of this coffee for $4. To buy the same amount on Amazon it costs $60...crazy! Maybe I'll try smuggle a ...
... my food while the drivers surrounded me all giving me a price for the trip! I made them wait a long time until I was good and ready to leave and ended up with a good deal. Previously I had only stayed overnight at a lovely guesthouse near the airport, so hadn't really seen anything of Bali. The journey to Ubud was manic and quite a shock to the system having spent time in quiet Flores! M25 sprang to mind! Entering Ubud my spirits were slightly raised ...
... nightlife was really fun and Sam hoped on stage at a reggae bar and played some guitar with the local band, it was really awesome. After padangbai we found ourselves at a crossroad. We were in the midst of the high season and the gili islands were fully booked. We opted to stay on Bali and explore some more. We made our way back to Ubud for two nights in a super nice homestay. We found a really god small restaurant across the street and ate there everyday ...