About ten kilometers outside of Ubud is the woodcarving/handicraft village of Tegallalang. While the goods for sale are beautiful (crocheted lace, carved wood, mosaic sculptures), it is really the view most people come to see! The view is massive, and magnificent. Unfortunately, it was overcast on the day we visited, but I would imagine this would be spectacular […]
Warning – Mom, you’ll probably want to not read this entire post. Things get a little beginning-of-a-horror-movie at some point.
Knowing our South East Asia trip was just kicking off, and we had several more countries worth of temples to visit, we kept our Bali temples to a minimum: Tirtha Empul, and Goa […]
The house we stayed at in Ubud was home to an older Balinese man. We were lucky enough to get a few tips from him on sights to see, as well as their history. One place he sent us was Pura Tirtha Empul, a water temple just a short drive outside of Ubud.
Sometimes when traveling, there are moments when everything comes together to produce the most surreal experience. Usually, I find this happens when I make the effort to go a bit out of the way for a sight.
While in Ubud, I twice came across the suggestion to view the roosting herons of Petulu at dusk. […]
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