We woke up at 3:30 am to reach the town of Lovina by 6 am. Of course, we were late in getting to our driver, so we ended up there at 6:30 am and had to do some hard negotiation to get the boat price down to something that resembled reasonable. Although we were at one point accustomed to waking up at 3:30 am while staying at the World Peace Pagoda in Nepal, we were already back to bad habits and waking up that early was a challenge yet again. How time changes everything. more “Dolphin watching in Lovina Bali”
This is my second time in Bali so by no means am I an expert. Either way, I want to outline some hopefully useful tips based on my experiences on how to choose your beach in Bali to help maximize your stay.
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We arrived in Ubud not too long ago. Our time at the beach in Canggu was relaxing and simple, but we were excited to be in an area where we could experience other parts of the culture and learn more about Bali as well as attend some interesting yoga a meditation classes. Of course one of the first things we wanted to do was to feed a monkey in Ubud Monkey Forest.
Over the past few days, we went to two extremely beautiful temples in Bali: Tanah Lot and Uluwatu. Indonesia’s most prominent religion is Muslim, however the Balinese follow a type of Hinduism. Generally speaking, in Balinese Hinduism the universe is divided into three layers: heaven for the gods, earth for men, and hell for demons and impure spirits. Shrines mirror this as a human body: head, body, and feet. more “Two extremely beautiful temples in Bali”