When I arrived on Bali (Indonesia) after a long day of travelling, I walked through Legian to find some food. I sat down in the nearest Warung (that is an local Indonesian restaurant) and took a look at the menu. A lot of the dishes looked familiar; nasi goreng, mie goreng, satay ayam, soto ayam… … More Food: Indonesia
Gili Trawangan (nickname Gili T) is the largest of the three Gili Islands. It is also the most developed and most touristy one. The name Trawangan comes from the Indonesian word ‘terowongan’ which means tunnel, and that is because there was a cave tunnel built on this island during the Japanese occupation in World … More Travel guide: Gili Trawangan, Indonesia
The Gili Islands are three small islands between Bali and Lombok (Indonesia). You can take a (fast)boat from Bali (like Padangbai) or Lombok (Bangsal). A boattrip from Bali to the Gili’s takes about two hours. You can go from one Gili to the other with a little boat, which will only take about fifteen minutes. … More Travel guide: Gili Air, Indonesia
Ubud is a must when you visit Bali. But be aware, it is very crowded. I like how the locals just live their lives while tourists come and go. I think the centre of Ubud are the two parallel street JI. Monky Forest and JI. Hanoman (you will see a lot of tourists there and … More Travel guide: Ubud (Bali), Indonesia
Bali was on my list for a while, so when I was in Thailand this year I decided to hop on a plane to Bali and spend three weeks there. Because I was not feeling the ‘crazy-crowded-Kuta’ vibe, I chose to stay in Legian for a few days, which is between Kuta and Seminyak. It … More Travel guide: Legian, Bali (Indonesia)
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