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Nicks Carpenter the begining before Bali

Hailing originally from Santa Cruz Cali i had alot of time to appreciate the colder waters so needless to say the move to Bali was to prove a warm one well not always warm but more about that later. 269 more words


Chapter Forty-One: Indonesia pt. 2 (Bali, Lombok & The Gilis)

We spent a few blissful days in Ubud, the cultural capital of Bali. We visited the sweeping rice terraces, the monkey forest (where the cheeky little guys tried to open my bag and rob me) and a sacred temple where you dunk yourself under multiple water taps to bring yourself good luck (I think… I just kind of copied what everyone else was doing). 617 more words

Bali Day 9: Uluwatu

In the morning, we woke up with a friend in the room. Although small geckos are very common in tropical locals, I can’t say I’ve ever seen one the size of my forearm. 609 more words


Boisterous Beautiful Bali! (Part 3)

Our final full day in Bali was a little more relaxed than the previous few days. Again, we opted to have a sleepy morning, enjoying the buffet breakfast… 648 more words


2 Days in Uluwatu

We moved from the jungle (Ubud) back to a different and even more beautiful coastal region, Uluwatu. Uluwatu is found at the South-Western tip of the Bukit Peninsula of Bali and is mainly known for the huge swells that hit the beaches of Padang-Padang, making it the number four surfing destination in the world. 841 more words


The Small-time Jet-setter Chronicles: Memories of Bali

I never really gave Bali much thought, since I’ve read many articles and blogs that said Palawan is more beautiful than Bali, if not the most beautiful island in the world. 1,192 more words


Uluwatu Cliff

Just a 50 minuets drive from Kuta is Pura Luhur Uluwatu is a temple atop the edge of a rocky cliff on Bukit Peninsula, the southern most point of Bali. 71 more words