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Travel Blogs from Ubud
I'm not sure if we could ever get sick of this place!! We Love Bali!
The day started off pretty mellow,Dewa picked us up around noon and we headed off. The day was pretty rainy so we decided to go look at art and visit a couple temples.
Dewa took us to a local art school where you can watch them paint as well but their work. We …
... monkey forest and 100's of monkeys to explore Ubud. It's a really nice town, yes it's touristy and it does get annoying after being asked if you want a taxi for the 100th time but there is a charm to the place and the people were so friendly. Everyone we passed said hello. The choice of restaurants and cafe's was wonderful and the standards so high.
The buildings are beautiful and you can just imagine how much nicer it would have been before tourism! ...
... a mosquito doesn’t help at all
... to have this Aussie friend Greg to take us on
a small two day tour of Bali! We ventured to Mount Batur which is a
volcano inside of a volcano. There are tours available to hike to
the top of Mount Batur at sunrise leaving at 3am. Sounds like a
blast but we didn't make it this trip. On the way to Mount Batur we
ventured through numerous amounts of villages and every village had a
different feel to it. Once we reached the top village for the ...
... up to Bar Luna who wanted to talk to me about a job offer....?! The others soon joined us and we got in the drinks- a Margarita for me (and still sticking to the 2 drink rule!). Chatted away about yoga, our future plans, numerology. It was a lovely way to end the month and I am sad to say goodbye to the people that have become my friends.
Celebrations continued the next day. Whilst most of the group travelled on to ...