the other blog post about eating in Bali.
We rented a motorbike and zipped around the island. Here's a cute self-portrait of us while riding the bike. On that note, I have to say Bali is like a mega moped rally. Hundreds of bikes everywhere all the time, splitting lanes, passing each other, passing cars, flying by, riding doubles, triples, quadruples. Considering how crazy the traffic is, I think everyone in Bali is a skilled rider who could ride in any other conditions.
Resting on pillows under the table after a full, delicious and organic meal.
Typical Balinese bamboo roof.
Bali is also pretty much a shopper's paradise. You can buy lots of cool things here for next to nothing: hammocks, clothes, home decorations, bamboo objects, wood sculptures, fabric, sarongs, etc. One day I will come back and shop till I drop... but for now, our backpacks and budget restricted us only to a few small items, souvenirs and presents.
Chilling at the hot springs with 3 boys from Jakarta. They looked like they were 16 year old, but told us they were in college. You never know someone's real age with those good Asian genes.
Giant swimming pool by the hot springs in Kintamani.
Look where his hands are!
Chilling at the Four Seasons hotel in Ubud.
Last night of chilling in Bali.