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OT : Chill Out Bali Part 2/2 (with uber health warnings)

Joined: January 28th, 2011, 1:52 am

May 6th, 2012, 7:21 am #1

Ok guys, here is the last part of the family Bali holiday and it burned the whole morning :-/ BUT its great to know you
guys enjoyed this post like we did in the beautiful island

Health warning : I shall not be responsible for any sudden intake of carbo nor spike in calories nor uncontrollable urge to eat....

AND I had to setup a separate Photobucket account to replace the other account that is almost maxed out :-/

Day #3


Good morning good morning....



Hello breakfast





En route to the "infamous" Kuta beach



Kuta beach!







Then to the wholesale market place nearby




All that shopping does works out a great appetite. The driver brought us a local restaurant that serves
authentic local cruisine. The interior of the place rocks man!











Then we head to the famous surfing region of Uluwatu






A special Geeday to our mates in Down Under!



Then we head to the nearby temple on the cliff (cant recall the name)







The sun was unforgiving although its a great clear day and the long trekking pretty much pointed out that I need to
hit the gym soon... Another great meal that met our expectation waited for us in the villa









One last shot of the villa at night










Day #4

Man on man, woke up with an annoying itch on my feet and guess how it looks like
Could be some sandflies or insects that got to me but it aint going to spoil my last day in Bali



Another breakfast of the Titans Hahaha! Balinese fried rice & noodles





First stop of the day on the way to Bedugul was Pura Taman Ayun (the floating temple)








Enroute to the strawberry farm




Yes, they grow strawberries here and the kids enjoyed a field day picking up the fruits. Priceless!









The fresh picked strawberries was Rp40k per kg (US$4) and same price for the freshly squuezed juice

We opted for a more local joint of roast pork rice and the guide had their favourite place. Rp15K (US$1.50) is cheap spicy lunch





We head to Tanah Lot to watch the sunset of the hanging temple by the cliff but before that, some last minute window shopping







It was very crowded in Tanah Lot with tons of sweaty tourists jostling for every single inch of space for that perfect sunset
shot so we gave up as the kids are not enjoying it. We head to Echo Beach which dont have a cliff temple but a good view (minus the crowds)





Let the show begin..................





Cheers Bali!




Mexican fare at reasonable cafe when you still taste the sea mist from the dining table








Day #5

Packing up day and with a heavy heart




Picked up this on a billboard I would replace that with less "trolls" HAHHAHAHAHA!



Farewell Bali and thank you to the Balinese people has been very gracious to us








In time for a good old Hainese black coffee back home. Nope, its not poo coffee FYI! LOL!!!!



HAGWE guys and I hope you enjoyed this post like I did (Nah, not! Its pain the arse...) LOL!!!!

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May 6th, 2012, 10:00 am #2

i dont know if you omitted in your post, but seems you have missed a lot of good authentic bali food. Warung Madé, bebek bengil (dirty duck), pork rice Eka etc. Many famous european-now-bali-resident restaurants are also stunning stunning stunning..

i really enjoy your post!!
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Joined: February 22nd, 2012, 8:12 am

May 6th, 2012, 11:47 am #3

Ok guys, here is the last part of the family Bali holiday and it burned the whole morning :-/ BUT its great to know you
guys enjoyed this post like we did in the beautiful island

Health warning : I shall not be responsible for any sudden intake of carbo nor spike in calories nor uncontrollable urge to eat....

AND I had to setup a separate Photobucket account to replace the other account that is almost maxed out :-/

Day #3


Good morning good morning....



Hello breakfast





En route to the "infamous" Kuta beach



Kuta beach!







Then to the wholesale market place nearby




All that shopping does works out a great appetite. The driver brought us a local restaurant that serves
authentic local cruisine. The interior of the place rocks man!











Then we head to the famous surfing region of Uluwatu






A special Geeday to our mates in Down Under!



Then we head to the nearby temple on the cliff (cant recall the name)







The sun was unforgiving although its a great clear day and the long trekking pretty much pointed out that I need to
hit the gym soon... Another great meal that met our expectation waited for us in the villa









One last shot of the villa at night










Day #4

Man on man, woke up with an annoying itch on my feet and guess how it looks like
Could be some sandflies or insects that got to me but it aint going to spoil my last day in Bali



Another breakfast of the Titans Hahaha! Balinese fried rice & noodles





First stop of the day on the way to Bedugul was Pura Taman Ayun (the floating temple)








Enroute to the strawberry farm




Yes, they grow strawberries here and the kids enjoyed a field day picking up the fruits. Priceless!









The fresh picked strawberries was Rp40k per kg (US$4) and same price for the freshly squuezed juice

We opted for a more local joint of roast pork rice and the guide had their favourite place. Rp15K (US$1.50) is cheap spicy lunch





We head to Tanah Lot to watch the sunset of the hanging temple by the cliff but before that, some last minute window shopping







It was very crowded in Tanah Lot with tons of sweaty tourists jostling for every single inch of space for that perfect sunset
shot so we gave up as the kids are not enjoying it. We head to Echo Beach which dont have a cliff temple but a good view (minus the crowds)





Let the show begin..................





Cheers Bali!




Mexican fare at reasonable cafe when you still taste the sea mist from the dining table








Day #5

Packing up day and with a heavy heart




Picked up this on a billboard I would replace that with less "trolls" HAHHAHAHAHA!



Farewell Bali and thank you to the Balinese people has been very gracious to us








In time for a good old Hainese black coffee back home. Nope, its not poo coffee FYI! LOL!!!!



HAGWE guys and I hope you enjoyed this post like I did (Nah, not! Its pain the arse...) LOL!!!!
Us when we depart , well AFAIK anyway , still worry about u checking the time non stop

Great holiday for a greater mate , really enjoyed and a nice way to go to bed with a smile on my dial
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Joined: September 15th, 2008, 6:42 pm

May 6th, 2012, 1:04 pm #4

Ok guys, here is the last part of the family Bali holiday and it burned the whole morning :-/ BUT its great to know you
guys enjoyed this post like we did in the beautiful island

Health warning : I shall not be responsible for any sudden intake of carbo nor spike in calories nor uncontrollable urge to eat....

AND I had to setup a separate Photobucket account to replace the other account that is almost maxed out :-/

Day #3


Good morning good morning....



Hello breakfast





En route to the "infamous" Kuta beach



Kuta beach!







Then to the wholesale market place nearby




All that shopping does works out a great appetite. The driver brought us a local restaurant that serves
authentic local cruisine. The interior of the place rocks man!











Then we head to the famous surfing region of Uluwatu






A special Geeday to our mates in Down Under!



Then we head to the nearby temple on the cliff (cant recall the name)







The sun was unforgiving although its a great clear day and the long trekking pretty much pointed out that I need to
hit the gym soon... Another great meal that met our expectation waited for us in the villa









One last shot of the villa at night










Day #4

Man on man, woke up with an annoying itch on my feet and guess how it looks like
Could be some sandflies or insects that got to me but it aint going to spoil my last day in Bali



Another breakfast of the Titans Hahaha! Balinese fried rice & noodles





First stop of the day on the way to Bedugul was Pura Taman Ayun (the floating temple)








Enroute to the strawberry farm




Yes, they grow strawberries here and the kids enjoyed a field day picking up the fruits. Priceless!









The fresh picked strawberries was Rp40k per kg (US$4) and same price for the freshly squuezed juice

We opted for a more local joint of roast pork rice and the guide had their favourite place. Rp15K (US$1.50) is cheap spicy lunch





We head to Tanah Lot to watch the sunset of the hanging temple by the cliff but before that, some last minute window shopping







It was very crowded in Tanah Lot with tons of sweaty tourists jostling for every single inch of space for that perfect sunset
shot so we gave up as the kids are not enjoying it. We head to Echo Beach which dont have a cliff temple but a good view (minus the crowds)





Let the show begin..................





Cheers Bali!




Mexican fare at reasonable cafe when you still taste the sea mist from the dining table








Day #5

Packing up day and with a heavy heart




Picked up this on a billboard I would replace that with less "trolls" HAHHAHAHAHA!



Farewell Bali and thank you to the Balinese people has been very gracious to us








In time for a good old Hainese black coffee back home. Nope, its not poo coffee FYI! LOL!!!!



HAGWE guys and I hope you enjoyed this post like I did (Nah, not! Its pain the arse...) LOL!!!!
You do love your food buddy. Every time you check your watch its dinnertime.

Have a safe trip home. Rnoud
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Joined: July 15th, 2009, 12:46 pm

May 6th, 2012, 1:18 pm #5

Ok guys, here is the last part of the family Bali holiday and it burned the whole morning :-/ BUT its great to know you
guys enjoyed this post like we did in the beautiful island

Health warning : I shall not be responsible for any sudden intake of carbo nor spike in calories nor uncontrollable urge to eat....

AND I had to setup a separate Photobucket account to replace the other account that is almost maxed out :-/

Day #3


Good morning good morning....



Hello breakfast





En route to the "infamous" Kuta beach



Kuta beach!







Then to the wholesale market place nearby




All that shopping does works out a great appetite. The driver brought us a local restaurant that serves
authentic local cruisine. The interior of the place rocks man!











Then we head to the famous surfing region of Uluwatu






A special Geeday to our mates in Down Under!



Then we head to the nearby temple on the cliff (cant recall the name)







The sun was unforgiving although its a great clear day and the long trekking pretty much pointed out that I need to
hit the gym soon... Another great meal that met our expectation waited for us in the villa









One last shot of the villa at night










Day #4

Man on man, woke up with an annoying itch on my feet and guess how it looks like
Could be some sandflies or insects that got to me but it aint going to spoil my last day in Bali



Another breakfast of the Titans Hahaha! Balinese fried rice & noodles





First stop of the day on the way to Bedugul was Pura Taman Ayun (the floating temple)








Enroute to the strawberry farm




Yes, they grow strawberries here and the kids enjoyed a field day picking up the fruits. Priceless!









The fresh picked strawberries was Rp40k per kg (US$4) and same price for the freshly squuezed juice

We opted for a more local joint of roast pork rice and the guide had their favourite place. Rp15K (US$1.50) is cheap spicy lunch





We head to Tanah Lot to watch the sunset of the hanging temple by the cliff but before that, some last minute window shopping







It was very crowded in Tanah Lot with tons of sweaty tourists jostling for every single inch of space for that perfect sunset
shot so we gave up as the kids are not enjoying it. We head to Echo Beach which dont have a cliff temple but a good view (minus the crowds)





Let the show begin..................





Cheers Bali!




Mexican fare at reasonable cafe when you still taste the sea mist from the dining table








Day #5

Packing up day and with a heavy heart




Picked up this on a billboard I would replace that with less "trolls" HAHHAHAHAHA!



Farewell Bali and thank you to the Balinese people has been very gracious to us








In time for a good old Hainese black coffee back home. Nope, its not poo coffee FYI! LOL!!!!



HAGWE guys and I hope you enjoyed this post like I did (Nah, not! Its pain the arse...) LOL!!!!
Thanks for sharing. Looks as if you had a great time!
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Joined: December 11th, 2009, 3:04 am

May 6th, 2012, 1:48 pm #6

Ok guys, here is the last part of the family Bali holiday and it burned the whole morning :-/ BUT its great to know you
guys enjoyed this post like we did in the beautiful island

Health warning : I shall not be responsible for any sudden intake of carbo nor spike in calories nor uncontrollable urge to eat....

AND I had to setup a separate Photobucket account to replace the other account that is almost maxed out :-/

Day #3


Good morning good morning....



Hello breakfast





En route to the "infamous" Kuta beach



Kuta beach!







Then to the wholesale market place nearby




All that shopping does works out a great appetite. The driver brought us a local restaurant that serves
authentic local cruisine. The interior of the place rocks man!











Then we head to the famous surfing region of Uluwatu






A special Geeday to our mates in Down Under!



Then we head to the nearby temple on the cliff (cant recall the name)







The sun was unforgiving although its a great clear day and the long trekking pretty much pointed out that I need to
hit the gym soon... Another great meal that met our expectation waited for us in the villa









One last shot of the villa at night










Day #4

Man on man, woke up with an annoying itch on my feet and guess how it looks like
Could be some sandflies or insects that got to me but it aint going to spoil my last day in Bali



Another breakfast of the Titans Hahaha! Balinese fried rice & noodles





First stop of the day on the way to Bedugul was Pura Taman Ayun (the floating temple)








Enroute to the strawberry farm




Yes, they grow strawberries here and the kids enjoyed a field day picking up the fruits. Priceless!









The fresh picked strawberries was Rp40k per kg (US$4) and same price for the freshly squuezed juice

We opted for a more local joint of roast pork rice and the guide had their favourite place. Rp15K (US$1.50) is cheap spicy lunch





We head to Tanah Lot to watch the sunset of the hanging temple by the cliff but before that, some last minute window shopping







It was very crowded in Tanah Lot with tons of sweaty tourists jostling for every single inch of space for that perfect sunset
shot so we gave up as the kids are not enjoying it. We head to Echo Beach which dont have a cliff temple but a good view (minus the crowds)





Let the show begin..................





Cheers Bali!




Mexican fare at reasonable cafe when you still taste the sea mist from the dining table








Day #5

Packing up day and with a heavy heart




Picked up this on a billboard I would replace that with less "trolls" HAHHAHAHAHA!



Farewell Bali and thank you to the Balinese people has been very gracious to us








In time for a good old Hainese black coffee back home. Nope, its not poo coffee FYI! LOL!!!!



HAGWE guys and I hope you enjoyed this post like I did (Nah, not! Its pain the arse...) LOL!!!!
coolllllll.....i miss bali too
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Joined: January 28th, 2011, 1:52 am

May 6th, 2012, 1:50 pm #7

i dont know if you omitted in your post, but seems you have missed a lot of good authentic bali food. Warung Madé, bebek bengil (dirty duck), pork rice Eka etc. Many famous european-now-bali-resident restaurants are also stunning stunning stunning..

i really enjoy your post!!
we gave Ibu Oka in Ubud a miss as it was just too many ppl & too a long wait. We settle for a more local Babi Guling at Bedugul shown in this post. No frills meal ))
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Joined: January 28th, 2011, 1:52 am

May 6th, 2012, 1:51 pm #8

Us when we depart , well AFAIK anyway , still worry about u checking the time non stop

Great holiday for a greater mate , really enjoyed and a nice way to go to bed with a smile on my dial
Cheers mate & compliments from you means a lot Alan! (nt)
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Joined: January 28th, 2011, 1:52 am

May 6th, 2012, 1:51 pm #9

You do love your food buddy. Every time you check your watch its dinnertime.

Have a safe trip home. Rnoud
Dank u well vriend. Now I better check my WAISTLINE :-((( NT
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Joined: January 28th, 2011, 1:52 am

May 6th, 2012, 1:52 pm #10

Thanks for sharing. Looks as if you had a great time!
My pleasure Jeremy :-) NT
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