October 20, 2011

Kopi Luwak – the Poo Coffee in Bali

We did not try the “Poo Coffee”. It is very expensive (about 20 Euro a cup) and we were warned that there is a lot of fake brews around – no wonder if that amount of money is involved. But … Continue reading

October 19, 2011

Impressive: Huge rice terraces North West of Ubud

If you have the time and possibility go and visit the massive rice terraces or rice fields close to Ubud. It’s about one to 1.5 hours by car. It’s a bi touristic but still impressive to see. There are just … Continue reading

October 18, 2011

Bali – Permuteran: Very bad experience in Pondok Sari and Badini. Complete rip off.

During our trip through Bali we thought let’s go to the North as well. So we phoned the accommodation Pondok Sari if they have any free rooms available. Even being in holiday we need to do little bits of work … Continue reading

October 17, 2011

Under water: Some impressions from Bali and Gili Air

We are heading towards North West for more pictures and the last bit of the holiday in Bali after we spend a couple of days in Kuala Lumpur. The diving so far was really good and I want to show … Continue reading

October 16, 2011

Bali: In and around Ubud – impressive temples and great shows

Bali is really impressive. After a couple of days in Gili Air we travelled more inside the island – to Ubud.  The main strip around the monkey forest is quite touristic and also expensive. Sneak through the small streets and … Continue reading

October 15, 2011

Above water: Some impressions from Gili Air

A little bit more  then half of the holidays in Bali are done. Of course Bali or Gili has far more to offer then just diving. So here are some impressions from above water of the small island Gili Air. … Continue reading

October 5, 2011

Diving in Bali: Manta Point – worthy name …

Our first couple of dives in Bali, Indonesia. Yesterday we have been to the wreck Liberty Bell. There was a huge school of Jacks. Today we went to a divespot called Manta Point. It really deserves that name. 12 metres … Continue reading