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10 most interesting places for Bali tour

10 most interesting places for Bali tour

When people think about Bali, they imagine the ocean, lush greenery, soaring mountains, secretive temples and beautiful, smiling people wearing sarongs. And they are right! This is Bali, the Indonesian island. I feel like I’m in paradise every time I’m there. You can sit on the balcony of your hotel, eat mango and look at rice paddies and feel like you’re in heaven. It’s already great. But you could do more. Curious what? Before going to Bali, there’s a number…

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5 REASONS WHY ORGANIZE LOCAL TRIPS BEFORE LEAVING HOME

5 REASONS WHY ORGANIZE LOCAL TRIPS BEFORE LEAVING HOME

  Traveling spontaneously, without a plan, is tempting. It has an element of romanticism, a little bit of wild spirit. You just walk forward, and you have no idea of where you will go, what you’ll see, where you will be staying. Such travel is possible. Many people do it this way. Usually, however, they have a lot of time and only a few commitments. Such trip is most suitable for solo travels. When you are alone, you do not…

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8 reasons to hire a private guide in Bali

8 reasons to hire a private guide in Bali

We arrived in Bali during the night. Our driver, who we had booked in advance, was waiting for us at the airport. The arrangements were made from our home via the internet two weeks before we left. The driver was the first Balinese person we’ve met. We spent our entire drive to Ubud, which took us 1 hour, talking about his country and listening to his stories about his family and everyday life. The next day, I woke up while…

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Death Under The Sun

Death Under The Sun

I am on Nusa Lembongan, the island neighboring Bali. When biking across the island, I see a small and humble graveyard from the road and I have to stop by. You wouldn’t find any fancy and expensive graves, only crooked headstones amid the trees. But at the same time, this peaceful cemetery does not seem abandoned. The graves are covered by all kind of goods. There are bottles of water or other drinks, bowls of rice, some sweets and biscuits…

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Is life black and white in Bali?

Is life black and white in Bali?

I see black and white checkered sarongs everywhere in Bali. These pieces of cloth are draped over trees, statues, and worn by people in ceremonies. – Nice fabric – I say quietly, and look for the next attraction. – However, this pattern has deep meaning – I hear. The old lady is standing next to me. – Black and white check symbolizes dualism in life – she says – Good and evil, brightness and darkness are building our life together…

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