Here are some tips that were given to us when we first got here by our Indonesian friends and other fellow expats, which I'd like to share with friends who are visiting Indonesia for the first time. . . .
I always promise myself I am going to make a post on this list every time we have a friends who visits Bali. I usually end up sending them a messy email list instead. So here I am finally getting on . . .
Trying to catch up on posts about Bali. I have a backlog of photos from TWO trips (Eeeep!). These are from our first trip there, and taken with a point and shoot so please forgive the quality. . . .
You'll find many BECAK (tricycles) in Jogja - and with most drivers in this position =P I tried the ANDONG (horse-drawn carriage) once. It's not for longer distances either, like the becak, but . . .
One cannot go to Jogja (or Jogjakarta/Yogyakarta) without visiting the magnificent Borobudur Temple. It is the biggest temple in the world & is the most visited tourist spot in Indonesia, with a . . .
After a year of looking for art, and a wild goose chase for a "mythical" art gallery in Jogja, we finally had our Sutrisno paintings in hand at the airport on our way back to Jakarta. We . . .
No we are not back in Bali. This resto in Jogja is just like the ones in Jimbaran Bay, except no beach =P I have to say, whatever they lacked in terms of the beach they made up for in rice - . . .
I am taking a break from Bali blogging, though I still have a couple more posts to go, because I can't wait to write about our trip to Yogyakarta (also called Jogjakarta) a few of weeks ago. It's not . . .
On our last day in Seminyak, Bali last April, my hubby surprised me with uber fabulous sunset cocktails at The Rock Bar - Ayana Hotel (formerly the Ritz Carlton Hotel) and dinner at Metis (see my . . .
I wanted to see the monkey forest of Uluwatu Temple because of a beautiful shot of a monkey perched on top of a post, with the cliff and beautiful blue sea as its backdrop. So it was part of our . . .