Bali Eco-Village – a hidden paradise in Pelaga
One hour from Ubud, away from the craziness of markets, shops, traffic and night life, Bali Eco -village sits quietly in the midst of a beautiful rainforest. Any time of the day , the only sound you hear is the sound of frogs, crickets and birds. We arrived Bali late afternoon and by the time we got a
Rice fields, coffee plantation….day out in the nature!
Coffee/tea plantations and rice paddies are everywhere in west of Bali. Jatiluwih – the most beautiful rice terraces in west Bali. It is UNESCO recognized as world heritage site. The rice paddies spread across for miles and they were bright green and beautiful. We strolled in these fields, watched farmers work in the farms and perform their
Culture, temples and religion – yes, we are in Bali!
New Zealand to Bali was a big transition. While New Zealand is nature’s paradise – calm, peaceful and green, Bali turned out to be an explosion of everything! Culture, religion, people and of course traffic. As soon as we landed and got out of the airport, we had herds of cab drivers surround us….and the haggling began