Prana Dewi Mountain Resort
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Remote Gem where you can feel the "real" Bali. At the end of the village and the end of the road to one of the most important temples of Bali. Builde in an area of ricefields, excellent organic food and the quitness and the beauty of that part of Bali ... at least for a couple of days to stay there! Highly recommended .
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... curry that was also quite tasty. For dessert we ordered a few jackfruit puddings to share, but they weren't very good and didn’t get finished.
We headed over to the water palace after what felt like a very long lunch. The palace was not actually a palace, but water gardens that had been built by a sultan. There were several pools, some of which you could swim in if you wanted. There were lots of fish swimming around in ...
... Indonesian priests. Inside was a hot spring that flowed naturally out of the rock. If you went inside the cave the priests would bless you. We wet our faces in the pools, drank the water and the priest stuck rice on our head as well as putting flowers behind our ears. It felt good and humbling to experience another culture. After being blessed we walked out where some schools had come to chant. We watched this for a while and then signed some petitions they ...
... your closest friends. Two-wheeled vehicles outnumber their four-wheeled cousins and the result feels like a giant race to everywhere. At red lights, you'll see 20+ bikes crowding around cars, trucks, and buses. When the light turns, engines rev and it's a free-for-all. And roundabouts? Everyone just closes their eyes and drives full speed. Somehow it all works out.
After lunch, our destination was Pura Uluwatu, an vine-covered temple overlooking a cliff face. More to come :)
... say farewell to Karen for the last time on the trip along with four other truckers who are not joining us in Australia. Indonesia is a hard place to review, we spent much of it in transit and it looked very similar all the way. There was a good infrastructure and plenty of modern people and places to go but it did not really have that appearance. I was shocked to find out it has the world forth largest population with 238 million people and it is the 16th largest economy. It is ...
The next morning we woke up and decided we wanted to trek up Mount Rijani on the island of Lombok. The trek is three days and two nights and has to be done with a guide. The guide therefore supplies all the camping gear and food and brings along a porter to carry it. We spent the early part of the day organizing a tour which was really easy because the guys from Chez had given us the phone number to the guide they used. The guide met us ...