If there was one thing that characterized our trip to Bali, I think it was the fresh squeezed fruit drinks! I know, I know, you probably thought I’d say a snorkel experience or maybe seeing the rice paddies, but no, I think it was the juice. Is there anything more islandy that a fruity drink
After our snorkel safari, we knew we wanted to take a class or two and learn ourselves sum’thin’. We thought about a cooking class, but realized that Balinese cooking is a bit too fried for us to want to be making all the time at home (fried noodles, fried rice, fried fish, fried scrambled eggs…).
With a week left after finishing our snorkel safari and no plans made, we stayed on the Path of Least Resistance taking us to the town of Ubud. We had no idea it was part of the Julia Roberts movie Eat, Pray, Love, but part of the movie is set in Ubud and it’s popularity
After the big Mongolian horse trek, I just knew we’d need some low priced, warm, relaxing TLC (and I was so right!), so we decided to consult the weather reports. Rainy season in Vietnam…no. Typhoon season in Thailand…yikes! How about Indonesia? Well…it looks like Bali has reliably good weather in September. Boom – booked! Over
Note: The first Mongolia blog has been sent to the editor. This is just a little something to tide you over. In case you haven’t noticed, I’d like to state clearly that we like to do big things. 🙂 In that vein, today was Day One of our 10-day snorkel safari. We’ve both snorkeled a