Travel Blogs from Ubud
... dangerous but we escaped alive thankfully.
A side note on our hotel room: i will just have to take a picture to show you but we are treated like king and queen. The best bed we slept on, a room with so much character, an ok internet connection, hot shower (that became unknown), more than one plug and reading light. We are in heaven.
Ubud is 200meters above sea level, which doesn't seem much but actually make a difference: it is cooler at night (very ...
... proceeded on his way. I shook my head at the Asian boy and
set the kittens safety in the temple courtyard. They were weak and didn’t have
much a chance to survive. It made me sad.
The driver and I continued on our journey. We went up into
the hills and round and round through the jungles speeding through little
We parked on the side of the street and got out. I was
greeted by an attendant and was rushed down to the ...
... definitely needed our helmets on for that one. Loved the whole experience, hard work but great fun!
Watched a traditional Bali dance and fire show one evening. Over 100 hundred people tell a traditional Bali story through dance. Pretty interesting. Lots of chanting and humming and I do not know how they remember the moves, very clever. At the end an old guy continually dances through a fire pit. Odd.
So I adored Bali and I will make sure I go ...
... t decide until after we had left our place in Amed and were sat in the Rasta bar pondering our next move. I had wanted to go to Kintamani near Mount Batur and Dani was also wanting to go to an old traditional village for a night called Munduk. Eventually we settled for heading right up North towards Buleleng as it would be a good base for exploring the Northern part of the Island and after that we would then drop down towards Munduk. So tank full of petrol and bags on our back we ...
... was a couple of miles away from the homestay only to find out that the maps were wrong and it was at the opposite end of town.....wounded! But as we had walked down we had passed what looked like some sort of ceremony that was going to be happening so decided to head back that way to find out what was going on and leave the tasty pig for another day. It turned out the ceremony was a Funeral cremation and as we turned back on to the street ot was awash with hundreds ...