The Vira Bali Hotel
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Auckland to Brisbane, 3 hour flight and 3 hour time changes. Brisbane to Denpasar Bali Indonesia, 5 ˝ hour flight and 2 more time changes.
We are now 14 hours ahead of Lincoln, NE so when we Facetime our kids in the morning we are talking with them the evening the day before.
We didn't realize that it is still the …
... your pasta in your kettle or "magic jar"? Works! I realized how great onions are steamed during the procress, so I want to get more veggies. Een though it's probably cheaper to eat out every day. The gado gado + rice I had for lunch was 13,000RP (0,80€) and the warung next to it gives me a whole meal for 8,000RP (0,55€). A kilo of carrots would probably cost me 2€. Anyways!!! Here I am in bed, my eyes falling shut and my papers waiting for me on the ...
... that has Balinese umbrellas, textiles and good used for temples and ceremonies. Mom got herself an umbrella (they are nice but not for me). There were hundreds of umbrellas and so much good for ceremonies.
After there we headed back to Monkey Forest Road to do some shopping and to have lunch. It was raining there so we hurried inside of a café I read about online before the ...
... an incredibly healthy way to live.
On Saturday night Saacha, Myself and a friend of ours, ventured to an amazing retreat about a half an hour out of Ubud called Five Elements. It was typical Balinese in design and used the best materials and craftsmanship to enhance the peacefulness of the environment. It was definitely 5 star, but incredibly understated. This night there was to be an ancient Vedic fire ceremony held on their property which ...
... crossed. The dive site here was pretty nice, no currents which was good. We took it pretty slow as we were really only here to see the Rays so wanted to keep a watch for them. After about 20 minutes Dan luckily spotted something moving in the distance, alerted Taka by banging on his tank, and sure enough there was a Manta Ray! It was amazing to see this creature up close; it was a good two metres wide with its fins spread and it was pretty ...