Bali Mountain Retreat
Travel Blogs from Tabanan
... were man made and which were natural rock. It looked like it had been naturally carved into the rock. We could now see why this was such an important religious place. On the walk to the temple there were lots of rock pools. They were full of crabs of a variety of colours and sizes. We watched these for a while feeding on fish in the rock pools. As we got closer to the temple it looked even more impressive. Carved into the rock face were caves which ...
- I repeat order back to you?
- One spicy chicken burger and one happy meal.
- Spicy chicken combo.
- Yes, spicy chicken sandwich?
- ... No the combo with the fries and the drink. A diet coke.
- Ok, I say back to you. Spicy chicken combo and cheeseburger happy meal.
- With a diet coke?
- Yes, spicy chicken combo with coke.
- No! The combo should come with a diet coke.
- Yes, coke.
... area and they all have security checks where they metal detect your backpack if you’re on a scooter and check inside your car if you’re driving. I later spoke to Putu, the lady who owns the Warung ...
... meatball) stalls everywhere. Lots of rain as we are starting the dry season! Rice field on every ledge possible and some seemingly impossible places. On arrival in Bali, despite Sabine telling us the weather was going to be sunny, it rained for our 3/4 drive to Tanah Lot! One of the sayings for this trip, as well as Nasi Goreng, is 'Depending on Traffic', every time we set off on a journey Sukio always gives us an estimated journey time, but with a cover of depending ...
Going back south to the tip of the peninsula in Uluwatu. Renting a scooter to explore Padang Padang beach, Uluwatu cliff, Dreamland beach, Kuta beach and Uluwatu temple at sunset. We blow a tire because of a nail on the road but luckily we are only 1km away from the hotel and manage to walk back to get ...