Travel Blogs from Ubud
Today we have an early start as we have arranged a day out sight-seeing with Kadek, our taxi driver, cum guide! We are off to see a Balinese dance, Ubud monkey forest sanctuary, rice fields, coffee plantation, a volcano and finally a temple, phew!!!!
First stop is the dance school in Sahadewa, to see a famous Balinese dance, called Barong!
Barong is probably the most well known dance. It is also another story telling dance, narrating the fight between good and ...
... Not only the massage but my entire stay in Bali. I will return to explore the rest of the island as I did not even see any of the beaches.
4 April 2014
Once again back into Kuala Lumpur for a few days and then on the 6th i head back to the Turtle project. I will be there for about 3 months before I have to do another visa run so I doubt if you will hear from me for a while but at least my blog is finally up to date.
... Bali - there are around 20000 on the island!) which is famous for its holy water and is where Hindu people go for purification. There are tiga (3) pools with Lima belas (15) waterfalls all together in which you enter the pool (fully clothed - top and sarong) and at each waterfall you make a wish (close eyes and make hands into prayer position) and then put your head under the water. All I can say is I hope my wish comes true as it was very cold, but it will be ...
... wrap where the wrap was made out of rice instead of bread and Hannah had tomato and basil soup. I ordered a papaya, orange smoothie but it ended up tasting a bit like cheese. Debbie and I split a carrot cake and chocolate lava cake that were both to die for. After lunch we haggled for tickets to go on the sunrise volcano trek. We managed to get them down to 200,000 IDR or $20. We leave tomorrow at 3AM and hopefully it's as awesome as they make it sound! We attended ...
We hired a car and driver to take us around the island. We
started by picking up Mayuri's shirt and then heading to the Monkey
Forest. The forest was awesome with a really nice layout with paths
leading throughout the woods to three temples also, but the monkeys
freaked us all out. There were quite a few that had open wounds and they
were very aggressive because they are TOO accustomed to being around ...