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How to Get An Indonesian Visa on Arrival At Denpasar Airport in Bali

I will tell you how to get an Indonesian Visa on arrival in Denpasar Airport in Bali, I’ll come to it in a bit. But first up – I’ll tell my story about my latest trip to Bali in Indonesia and why I ended up getting 2 visas for the country despite being in transit Read more about How to Get An Indonesian Visa on Arrival At Denpasar Airport in Bali[…]

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Backpacking in Singaraja, Bali, Indonesia: 6 Things to see and Do

Nobody goes backpacking in Singaraja. In fact, no travellers really ever go to Singaraja. It’s a shame cos this is a great wee city. My Antarctica travel buddy Rodrigo and I headed to Bali last year and incorporated a day trip to Singaraja into our plans just out of curiosity’s sake. It was worth it. Read more about Backpacking in Singaraja, Bali, Indonesia: 6 Things to see and Do[…]

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Loving Lovina! Kalibukbuk, Bali, Indonesia

Lovina is a beach resort in northern Bali in Indonesia. The very mention of the word Bali to any traveller conjures up images of beaches, parties, paradise and alcohol. However here in Lovina, life takes on a slightly more relaxed mode, despite the fact that it’s a town that remains lively at night. Lovina is Read more about Loving Lovina! Kalibukbuk, Bali, Indonesia[…]

Thirsty Thursdays: The World’s Rarest Coffee in Munduk, Bali, Indonesia

When I started Thirsty Thursdays last week, I was thinking of alcohol related stories, but a friend got me thinking…being thirsty as a traveller can involve water, fruit juice, coffee, tea or any drink really! And I must admit I like them all in equal measures. Yes, sure I’m a travelling Northern Irishman who likes Read more about Thirsty Thursdays: The World’s Rarest Coffee in Munduk, Bali, Indonesia[…]

Backpacking in Bali, Indonesia: Gitgit Waterfall and Rice Fields

As I mentioned before, waterfalls rarely disappoint. In fact I have never met anyone who said “I went to a shit waterfall today”. This was a trip to Gitgit waterfall, not the most sensible title by any means but a cloudy misty day in North Bali ensured the weather would suit the occasion. This is Read more about Backpacking in Bali, Indonesia: Gitgit Waterfall and Rice Fields[…]

Backpacking in Bali, Indonesia: Ulun Danu: Temple On The Lake

So to the dreamy Ulun Danu, a pretty pagoda temple situated on this lake in northern Bali, Indonesia. I had seen postcards of it before I went there and was intrigued. There was an entrance fee of 10,000 Rupees to enter. I was there with my Brazilian mate Rodrigo as part of a day long Read more about Backpacking in Bali, Indonesia: Ulun Danu: Temple On The Lake[…]

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