Nusa Indah Bungalows
Travel Blogs from Karangasem
... English, but I have to wait for my motorbike to come back. It has a flat tire that I probably got here with all the construction going on.
This morning I went to the market with my "brother" Bauke and got plenty of stuff for only 5€, of which the bananas were the most expensive, costing 2€.
Bauke became my brother at the Warung. People say we look alike because of our dimples. And I feel like my neighbors are my ...
... and sip the black nectar. It tastes...like coffee.
I'm not sure why this is so surprising to me but I chuckle at my own expectations. I sip again. Though only coffee, it is dang good coffee. Holy geez. The flavor is full and smoother than volcanic glass.
Halfway through the cup, I jokingly ask Arya if they have locally-grown cocoa and cane sugar too. Our host produces. "Bali Mocha."
It's an odd feeling to finish ...
... travelling as we shop each day :)
So we shower and saunter over to breakfast and for the first time, it's not raining.
We give the staff little organizer bags with lip balm in and for the males, a pen.
Just a little thank you for Christmas.
I catch sight of them squealing with delight and applying as I walk past the kitchen.
Such small gestures mean so much to them.
We then wander up to ...
... restaurants that I could have never found on my own. I even went to his house and met his wife and children. After Candidasa I will travel to Lombok with Patricia and then on to the Gili's, little islands close to Lombok. **Nederlands** Oh nee ,oh nee, oh nee... Ik heb net een heel verhaal geschreven in het Nederlands en het Engels en mijn iPad heeft het niet opgeslagen! Het wordt de tweede keer natuurlijk nooit meer zo creatief en spontaan als de eerste keer... ...
... are very close to each other, but Nusa Penida does not have any accommodation on it, only a few small villages. The island is surrounded with some of the world’s best dive sites according to many divers we talked to. The coral is beautiful there and the other big attraction is the manta-rays. We had talked to other backpackers who saw 10-13 manta-rays while snorkeling or diving there. We had good enough luck to see and swim with 2 manta-rays. It ...