Temple Cafe & Seaside Cottages
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... Besakih was almost leveled by a massive earthquake and was rebuilt. In 1963, the temple miraculously suffered minimal damage during the eruption of Gunung Ayung even though it is located only 4 miles from the crater. However, during the 1963 violent eruption more than 1,600 people died and more than 100,000 were left homeless, most lost their livelihood as entire villages were engulfed in lava or burned. Before the 1963 eruption, the volcano had been dormant for 120 years ...
... than mine...lol) and to ridiculously big. Some painted, some plain wood and some made and chromed, and the tourists buy them like they are gong out of fashion. I really don't know why but they do and the Balinese think it is a big joke and treat it as such.
Kadek Darma is a fantastic tour guide and you can book him through his Facebook page 'Naughty Monkey Tours-Kadek Darma or on the web site at http://www.naughtymonkeytours.com.au
Sadly only one entry to go......
I've decided to start this adventure in Kuta. Kuta is in the southern region of Bali. From what I have read it will either have beautiful beaches with perfect baby waves for fledgling surfers or a tourist trap full of drunk Australians. Kuta beach was one of the first areas of bali to embrace tourism and has since grown and spread to its neighboring regions. I want to experience the culture of the Bali and Kuta beach is apparently not the place to do that. Hence why I am starting out ...
... a much smoother taste. The locals showed us the animal and the pooey beans (I nearly ate some which hadn't been washed which would have been very grim. Luckily Sarah stopped me before it was too late. After witnessening how the farm worked we sat down for a tasting session. First I tried a vanilla coffee which was divine (so good I bought some to have at home) then I tried the poo coffee. It was actually really good but not worth the expensive price tag at home ($700 a kilo!). It ...
... back to the cliff top bars, had a few ice cold Bintangs and San Miguels and watched the sun go down as the surfers caught the last waves of the day. We both agreed that anywhere in the western world we’d have been paying big bucks for drink with a view like this. The type of place you’d recommend someone to go and ‘pay the inflated price for a drink because the view’s worth it.’ Only here it was relaxed, unpretentious and cheap as ...