Another famous ceramic place in Bali is Gaya Ceramic. I feel like it's a different style from Jenggala. I find the pieces in Jenggala more my style (basic with simple) lines but Gaya is definitely . . .
For breakfast we go to the Gaya Fusion restaurant which is such a pleasant walk with all the lush greenery surrounding us! Breakfast is a la carte but it is abundant. It seemed meager at first when we . . .
Gaya also has a well-known gallery called Gaya Art Space. It really is a wonderful space for art - massive, open with high ceilings and a lot of light. I heard from Travels with a Gourmet that only . . .
In the past Ku De Ta has been known to be the go-to bar for sunset cocktails in Seminyak. But that may be changing with Potato Head in town. This 3 restaurant mega complex with a pool (free towel . . .
For our trip to Ubud I asked a few friends for recommendations on where to stay and we ended up with the recommendation of Travels with a Gourmet: Gaya Fusion villas. We arrived one late evening to . . .
I love shopping for Silver in Bali, much more than in Yogyakarta for 2 reasons, it's cheaper and the designs are more edgy and modern. Normally I go to ANOM Silver (on the way to Ubud) because it's . . .
I was saying in my last post about Menega Cafe how utterly slow service was just because of how packed it is during dinner. If you want to have the completely opposite experience but still enjoy the . . .
I've been following Travels with a Gourmet for quite some time now. Reading about her culinary adventures in her current home: Bali. So at one of our trips to Bali, we finally got a chance to meet up . . .
If you are living in the Nusa Dua area and would like yummy food, check out Matsuri Japanese Restaurant. So far I've been disappointed with the Bali Collection establishments, like The Poan and Uno . . .
I've already mentioned the shortage of good restaurants in Nusa Dua. I found that there was a Japanese Restaurant called Musashi in the area and since it was after TD's meeting and it was quite late . . .