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Bali is a small island only 95 miles wide and 69 miles from top to bottom. It features some of the world's best diving and surfing areas and white sand beaches. This unique island is home to beautiful beaches, volcanoes and terraces of rice patties. There is a rich in diversity and it is full of mysticism and spirituality. There are temples everywhere. The Balinese are famous for being skilled craftsmen, artists and ...
... and they are also well kept.
Today has been our last day of relaxation before a bit of retail therapy in Hong Kong and then onwards to home.
We have not really stuck with the local food options here in Bali as we did so effectively in Vietnam and Cambodia. Tonight is italian night, for example. Oh well, back to noodles in Hong Kong we think.
... Ubud, pausing briefly in the middle of another traffic jam to look at the steep rice terraces of Tegallalang. Approaching Ubud there are a couple of miles worth of craft shops - woodwork, painting, lacquering and all sorts.
Ubud has been a centre of artistic pursuits in Bali since the 60s and there are myriad small shops and a market selling a huge range of crafts. It is one of the most popular spots on the island - all of the tours seem to make a stop here and hence has ...
... necessary to operate in reality. Just be sure you are aware of framing and look out for others framing for you.
With this in mind, my take on the situation.
And where is my passport? A pending disaster ? I paid 2 million (at 11,000 per $) for an agent that Bobby knew, to get my passports stamps renewed. Another stupid act of faith? Bobby guaranteed it. If I don't have the four stamps for Dec, Jan. Feb, March I am not legally in the country and can't ...
... of Ubud will be a good start and to see what else we can fit in from there. Minion is looking forward to seeing Bali too.
After much negotiation we get a driver and our adventure begins. As we drive out of the port we start to take in the sights of the island. Like so many of the stops we have made so far everyone is whizzing around on mopeds often as many as four on at once, including young toddlers holding on completely at ease. They are ...