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Few days in paradise – Bali. Episode 4: Ubud – Sanur

Bali photo

Last day in Ubud – Bali … instead of running around to temples or rice fields, I chose to walk and closely watch the people in town … behind Monkey Forest Road, life is more normal, quieter and deprived of the Western luxury of farang restaurants.

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Few Days in Paradise – Bali. Episode 3: Tampaksiring, Batur, Pura Besakih

Bali travel: the ceremony

The next day, I left towards Bali’s strongest touristical points – the huge caldera of the Batur volcano, but also Bali’s Vatican, the so-called Mother Temple… obviously, on the way, many other beautiful places and various attractions.

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Few Days in Paradise – Bali. Episode 2: Bedugul, Mengwi, Tanah Lot

Bali travel: Tanah Lot sunset

Bali is a mountainous island dominated by volcanoes. Some are extinct, others are still active, but there is, obviously, no risk involved, as they are carefully monitored… whenever an erruption is imminent, people will have been warned a few weeks in advance… But, the Ubud mountains are unbelievably beautiful, and the landscapes are absolutely breathtaking… It is worth renting a car and visiting as many places on the island as possible before enjoying a sunset in Tanah Lot.

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Few Days in Paradise – Bali. Episode 1: Ubud

Bali photos: Goa Gajah

Everytime when somebody asks me which is the place I liked the most, i answer without hesitation – Bali. For me, this seems to be the single place on Earth which mostly resembles Paradise, a green place, filled with flowers, colours, where life’s rhythm isn’t either fast, neither boringly slow, where people live in harmony with the gods, offering them flowers and fruit, receiving, in exchange, rich soil and warm weather.

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