Season Culture and Shopping!
Located in central Bali.
What you can find in Ubud are scenic rice fields, small villages, art and craft communities, ancient temples, palaces, rivers and very happy tourists. =)
We stayed in the very awesome hotel called the Green Fields Hotel and Bungalows, within walking distance to BBDDD!!
Rise and shine!
Comfy day bed at the patio.
Bought this gorrrrrrrgeous dress from Body and Soul in Kuta for only RP120,000 (RM40). A must visit shop! They have the most beautiful sundresses at such cheap prices it makes your grandma smile. The shop is everywhere! Just ask aorund. =)
And the patio overlooks the green paddy fields. How awesome!
It’s a shopping day! We were going to Ubud Market to practice our bargaining skills.
Passed by a lovely cottage on the way.
Bali has a lot of stray dogs. No offense but they all look kinda ugly and they definitely don’t look like… dogs.
Most of them look like hyenas.
Some like horses
Some like tigers
And on very rare occasions, you see the Polardog.
Must must must come to this place for shopping! And remember to haggle the price to at least 1/3 the original price they give. Whatever sold in Ubud is actually sold double the price elsewhere (Kuta, Seminyak), so this is the time for you to buy all the cheapskate souvenirs for your friends (i bought mine in the airport and it’s three times the price).
Learnt my lesson!
Ubud is most famous for paintings.
I was looking for something that goes gorgeous for my apartment but they don’t have any cottage paintings.
Something like this! Anyone can tell me where to find (cheap ones)?
A lot of cocks.
A lot of chicks.
Everybody who goes to Bali comes back with Giraffes!
I heart giraffes. I brought two back with me.
Okay the price i paid wasn’t the lowest but Icy don’t be sad, because i saw the exact same giraffe sold in a furniture shop in PJ priced at RM159. Be happy!
Kenny and Cheesie statues.
Balinese are really fascinated with penises aren’t they.
Eh… wrong rotation.
Should view liddis.
These are the only two pictures you can see a complete Icy face.
😀 (ya this is a caption to elaborate his expression)
Puri Saren Dance
Is the exact same story as Kecak dance. Just much slower. Yawn.
It really intrigued me how the dancers all have the exact same expression–their eyes pried opened to maximum, lips curved at such an impossible angle it looks like a cross between a forced smile and a constipated face.
But it’s really amazing cuz they look exactly like this.
At night we went to Warung Enak for dinner.
Before going back to rest.
Next up: Season Paddy Fields