Tanah Lot Temple, Bali

On our 8th day in Bali, you’d think that we’ve already seen everything there is to see in the island. We’ve visited 5 temples already since we arrived. Five! Did we really need to see another temple? Yes, we did! When in Bali, no matter how many times you’ve temple-hopped already, you must make time for […]

Taman Ayun Temple, Bali

When you find a temple with a name that translates to “beautiful garden,” you know you have got to check it out for yourself! A little history: the Taman Ayun Temple, also known as “the Royal Temple of Mengwi” is an important landmark in the Mengwi district in the Badung Regency of Bali. Built in 1634 on […]

Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, Bali

Breathtaking. Words will not be enough to paint an accurate picture of the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, but that word — breathtaking — might be the most accurate word for it. The amazing scenery at this marvelous water temple made my heart stop and my jaw drop, and — to a great degree — took my breath […]

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Would you be willing to travel for 2 hours while passing through bumpy roads just to see rice paddies? Normally, I wouldn’t. I mean, they’re just rice paddies! What’s the big deal? But what if the view of the rice paddies is as amazing as this? I’d say: “TAKE ME THERE!!!” And so, our driver […]

Warung Rumpi’s, Seminyak

First things first: what is a warung? Wikipedia defines “warung” (or waroeng) as a type of small family-owned business — often a casual shop, a modest restaurant, or a small café found in Indonesia.” However, today, a warung can refer to “a modest Indonesian restaurant or a place that sells things Indonesian.” Warung Rumpi’s is a homey and […]

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