Hotel Puri Bambu
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Today we bounced out of bed and had the amazing left over spag bowl! Then we packed up and checked out and waited for our uber. We saw the über who was supposed to be picking us up train wrecking in Vic Park on the app map so cancelled that and just jumped in the taxi waiting out the front. We got in and found our driver was Bindu, from our …
Although I only moved about 3 kilometres it feels like I'm in another world altogether. From the quiet, peaceful, and isolated atmosphere of Melati Cottages (just what I need on arrival in Bali) and life as a tourist, I am now living in an established Ubud household of a resident who has made her life here and dedicated her efforts to not only writing about a great variety of the different aspects of the culture of Ubud but the whole of Balinese society as ...
... Air is the only one with a fresh water lake, a good mix of the two. Each island has several small resorts, usually consisting of a collection of huts for tourists, a small pool and restaurant. While we wanted a good mix of relaxation but still with plenty of options of fun activities, we chose to stay at a "home stay" found on AirBnb on the quieter (east) side of the island. Our room was above a small boutique, with a restaurant/bar ...
... trough in the middle of the Strait and may have prevented any land bridge crossing.
I have no doubt the those from Lombok are more closely related to Papuans and then perhaps on to be related to our indigenous folk. Fascinating stuff!
and remember............................... ...."I like animals, I like natural history.The travel bit is not the important bit.The travel bit is what you to do do to go and look at animals." David Attenborough.
... while there so much else to pay attention to. The straight backs of the women riding their scooters. Handsome faces, men and women, in helmets with windscreens, some of them with polka dots, vendors carrying heaps of fufuzelas for newyearseve. The scent of petrol offered in 1 or 2 liter glass bottles mixed with that of asian spices. The dressed up hindu temples in every other garden. A dog running behind a motorcycle. A hindu wedding or a funeral only slightly disturbing the rest ...