My Indonesia journey still is not done. I had planned on extending my stay for two more days to visit Sanur. Rob and Chimeg joined and we stayed in one hostel. That got me to appreciate Rob more. She and Chimeg could’ve stayed somewhere else but I saw that he wanted to be closer to his team. That says a lot about his character and how down to earth he is :)
This write-up is long overdue. Having been caught up with work and other adulting stuff, I have finally created time to write about experiences. As my backlog dates back to 2016, let me start from there. It is apt, too, ‘cos this was the first ever meet-up with my old friends and new acquaintances in Bali. And, I might be seeing some of them again quite soon. :)
Ubud, Bali, is a lovely place to spend a few days of your Indonesia trip. It’s quite an artsy place and is a great stopover for foreigners who would want to meet other travelers who are enamored by Indonesia as a whole. But, where to stay in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia? I highly recommend Uma Dewi Guest House.
Before 2013 ended, I created my 2014 to be full of love, art, and travel. And, how powerful creations really can be! During this year, I got to visit Singapore, Indonesia, Cebu, La Union, Cavite, Rizal, Benguet, and Palawan, experienced art in different media, and experienced life in the company of my loves – friends and family. 2014 was indeed a blast and I would love to share the good vibes with you. :)
While waiting for the sunset, best witnessed in Candi Prambanan, Angge, Kuya Anton, I made our way to Candi Sewu, a Buddhist temple built in the 8th century.
Angge was so excited to visit Cokelat Monggo, a shop where you can actually watch how chocolates were made. In real life. So, we stayed there for about an hour and also did our pasalubong shopping for our families and friends back home. Here’s Angge so happy. Like a kid!