Bali, part 5: Last days in Paradise

Unfortunately, my little PC that I had brought with me to Bali decided to act up, so I wasn’t able to blog anymore. A bit annoying, I admit, but not everything is fine again (though I’m writing this on another PC). As you also can see, I have moved. I’m not going into details here, but my blog moved. For various reasons.

So, I celebrated New Year’s Eve at Bali Friendship Café in Seminyak. I was fortunately to be invited to two different places. After attending a CouchSurfing meetup in Seminyak, I got to know some people, which was great. One of the people there worked in a café across from where I was staying, so I went there to celebrate the coming of 2018. It was really nice! Friendly people, good laughs, live music and fireworks! It was great!

Photo: Mittens and Sunglasses © 2017
Live music at Bali Friendships Café on NYE.
Photo: Mittens and Sunglasses © 2017

My original plan was to stay in Seminyak the whole time, but after a bit I realised that I really wanted to see ubud as well. So I booked two nights at a villa there, and organised my travel. And I’m so glad I did! Ubud was such a nice town, and i really wish I had more time there. Two days just isn’t enough! However, I did get to finally see some Balinese dance, which I found fascinating. It was so fun to see, and I disagree with those who claim it to be tedious. I suspect those people for not paying attention.

When I had to say goodbye to Bali, I sure hoped I could go back some day! I think I’m in love with the place…


Photo: Mittens and Sunglasses © 2018
My villa in Ubud.
Photo: Mittens and Sunglasses © 2018

Photo: Mittens and Sunglasses © 2018
The swimming pool at my villa in ubud.
Photo: Mittens and Sunglasses © 2018

Photo: Mittens and Sunglasses © 2018
Balinese dance.
Photo: Mittens and Sunglasses © 2018

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