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Monday 9 July
With a bright blue sky, the taxi drove us to the ferry terminal. We were impatient to go ahead on our trip and dive into the next chapter: Bali. Neglecting the touts offering transport to Denpasar, we bought the boat tickets to Gilimanuk. Boarding the ferry, it seemed wider than long. We were the only tourists on board. The …
After Ubud, we hired a car to take us up to Munduk to meet up with Mark's friend Matt, and his wife Rachel. We learned from our driver that nearly everyone in Bali names their children the same four names, depending on their birth order. Wayan for the first, Made for the second, then Komang for number three, and Ketut for the fourth. If you have a …
My motorcycle driver turned back frequently with a wide grin to give me the thumbs up signal (I am happy to say, with just one hand). My pack was balanced between his arms on the handlebars and he maneuvered the steep short curves at speed. We were headed for Munduk, a little town lined up along a ridge about 25 km inland from the north coast road …
... massive waterfalls which were the highlight of the village. Annnndddd we couldn't find them. We searched and searched, took all the paths and we only got to see it from a distance.
The only good thing about Munduk was that in the (ridiculously over expensive) car to the ferry to Java, we met a lovely Russian couple who were heading in the same direction as us.
To be continued.... Dum dum dummmmm!!!
... moved to Denpasar after the airport was built. The harbor was
pretty much deserted but it afforded us a good view of the coastline
and the floating restaurants. We also visited the Chinese temple
where they had a pretty impressive wall mural depicting Bali
We then moved onto the mountains. It was a welcome change to be in
the cool mountain air after the heat of the city. I must say though,
the heat here is more ...