22.7.12

Black Rice Pudding [Bali Photo Diary]

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Fine bracelets from the markets
'Ubud Passion' cocktail and lamb medallions at Cafe Des Artistes
Standard Mini Mart snacks
Wearing DIY dip-dye/bleach denim shorts and vintage shirt
More black rice pudding!
Embarking on a rice field walk through the jungle
Leaning like the palm trees
Banana juice and bambo straw at Sari Organik
Traditional Kecak Dance
Pumpkin pasta at Casa Luna
View from our hotel pool wearing Volcom frill bikini bottoms


Well. 
What more can I say other than I miss Bali!
Ubud is probably my favourite place in Bali and we were so sad to leave! 

While there we decided to venture off the standard tourist track and go hiking through the rice fields and jungle. After only getting lost once and a very close encounter with as snake when it came out from the rice field and went right over my shoes, we arrived at the restaurant Sari Organik to have an organic lunch looking over the rice fields. 

As you can probably tell we also ate very well in Ubud, did a lot of swimming and went shopping in the market almost every day.

Next post... Kuta Bali!

emma

8 comments:

  1. Bali sounds really amazing! Looks like you had lots of fun.

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  2. Amazing photos.. Can't say I've been to Bali but I've been to Thailand and Fiji which would be quite similar. I need a holiday so bad!

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    1. I'd recommend Bali! People say thailand is like Bali but Bali is more interesting and cruisey! And I've been to Fiji as well but Fiji has been stripped of its tradition by the resorts and hotels which is a shame.
      xxx

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  3. Oh wow, these photos are incredible!
    Looks like you really immersed yourself in the culture. I'd love to go to Bali!

    x Stace

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  4. Looks interesting! I would definitely love to visit Bali one day!
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  5. It's great knowing you've visited Bali, one of the most favorite tourism spot in my country, Indonesia. And Ubud always seems so relaxing! Hope to have you again soon in Indonesia & have a great day!

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  6. Amazing photos, looks like you had a beautiful holiday :)
    Annnddd please please please show us how to make those DIY dye shorts, I want them xx

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