We like exploring. And so today we executed our second full day road trip to the western part of Bali.
I had wanted to find an abandoned 737, and instead we found a waterfall.
Roadtrips are the only way to see the countryside of a place, whether it be your own province or another country. Normally, we are not shy abotu renting a car and doing it ourselves. But in Bali, hiring a driver and a minivan to negotiate the stupid traffic, narrow roads, and other obstacles is comparable tot he vehicle hire in the first place. And we get to sleep on the way home!
So today we visited two beaches, an empty (of people) waterfall, a ten meter, elevated bamboo boardwalk, a restaurant with a clove plantation, and another epic sunset. Yikes!
I could post photos all day long, but perhaps the best way to appreciate our day is by watching the Vlog I made:
A huge day, with a LOT to see. Watch the Vlog, and subscribe, please, if you like those kinds of stories.
And of course, an epic sunset, as promised.
We have so far travelled…
- 14 094 km Air
- 321 km driving (174 km today)
- 57.8 km walking (4.8 km today)
This is a 163 part Blog series, chronicling my family’s Le Grand Voyage II – a six month, round the world trip through Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Hong Kong, Jordan, Cyprus, and Greece. It’s a 163 part reflection on the trip, highlighting some touristy and distinctly no-touristy photography (just a sampling of the 20 000 photos I snapped on three cameras) and the stories behind them.