Ocean Blue Bali
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and runs from about 7:00 am to 12:30.
However, this other stuff seems true from direct observation. Indonesia is heavily Muslim. Bali is heavily Hindu, and that’s really true based on the number of shrines we saw everywhere. Balinese Hindu is different than Indian though. In India cows are sacred. In Bali all animals are (that doesn’t mean you don’t get to eat them though; just that you should be careful to not kill ...
... to take the medicine. By 8:00 AM, I was feeling better, but not good. I really wanted to go on the tour, so I decided to give it a shot. I took along the rest of my medicine (the maximum allowed) and a change of clothes -- just in case.
The day was predicted to be much like the day before -- warm (in the 80's) and humid with a good chance of rain in the afternoon. We were booked on a ship's tour called Munduk Highands. I was looking forward ...
... Because we are in Bali overnight, even though the tour was long (9 hours), we weren't scheduled to leave until 10:15. It was nice to sleep in a bit and have a leisurely morning before we left on tour. The weather in Bali was typical for this time of year -- warm (high 80's) and humid with rain likely in the afternoon. Out tour guide's name was Patri. We began our tour with a drive toward the east-central part of the island to the Pura Kehen temple complex. ...
... is all about the tourists, the artists and the nature. Wood carving including hand made furniture, pictures and statues are a major industry. Our guide said that many people come to Bali to furnish a new home and ship 4 or 5 containers of furniture back. Batik fabrics and painting are also a big target for the tourist trade. Stone carvings are exported in large numbers.
We docked today in the small charming village ...
... for everyone), territorial (villages, and there are 3 categories of these), Functional ( e.g. Fishermen, stone cutters, students etc...), family (each home). Most buildings are temples here, not an exaggeration. Daily ritual offerings. Indonesian English spoken by guide: "If there would be something wrong, I hope you can apologize me." Transportation largely by motorbike. Very beautiful, ...