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Travel Blogs from Tabanan
... the sunrise over the magical Taj Mahal; the rituals and cremations on the Ganges; the ancient temples of Bagan in Myanmar; the karst scenery of the Thai islands; Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm temples in Cambodia; island life on Langkawi with Irwan; seeing wild orangutans in Sumatra; beautiful Bali and its people; and swimming with Manta Rays - there are too many amazing memories to ...
... 55357; when we arrived the views were incredible, truly stunning to see nature in it's prime. Apart from the main waterfall there were also a few smaller ones around and surrounding us was rainforest and big rocks and rivers. There was a natural pool you could swim in where the waterfall ends, which was freezing cold but so fresh and pure, this is what I imagined travelling to really be like it was amazing! When we eventually walked back and exited the ...
... We didn't know what it was for but we signed anyway. Facing the temple was some undercutting rocks. Inside there was 'The Holy Snake'. Inside tucked in a hole there was a stripy blue snake. The priest inside told us to make a wish and touch the snake. I didn't know if it was poisonous but I gave the thing a poke anyway just for good measure. By this stage the main spectacle of the evening was commencing. The sun set. Sarah and I sat on a rock and watched the sun ...
Our first full day in Bali woke up to wonderful tropical rainstorms at our beautiful villa. After breakfast we went out exploring the village. There are no street signs or maps or traffic signals in this town it's pretty much a Balinese village. Getting around was quite a challenge as we soon discovered. Our host provided us with a handmade map of the area which throughout the day Ron kept referring ...
... been to Kuta, we didn’t have much to do in the town other than wonder around. When the rain stopped, we ventured out and poked around the shops. On the last day, we braved the continued rain and got a few t-shirts and sandals. In between we found restaurants to hangout in. I am ready to get home though because everyone here calls Lach the Big Boss and it is starting to go to his head (too late…. Get me my sandals and peel me some grapes!) He ...