DAY 2: BALI TEMPLE HOPPING

On our second day in Bali, we joined a tour that will bring us to their attractions. Everywhere you go, along the streets you will see temples and those carved sculptures that they are famous of. As I have observed, most of the people in this place are very religious. Almost every store have their place for worship. They put flowers, incense and pray.

First stop of our temple hopping is BATUAN TEMPLE

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20140424-101040.jpgSecond stop: GOA GAJA TEMPLE

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20140424-101340.jpgThird stop: Tirta Ompul

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20140424-101608.jpgFourth stop: LUWAK COFFEE
This coffee called Luwak is very interesting. The bean that is used is from a cat animal poop that will be processed into a coffee. This is one of Bali’s famous and specialty product.

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20140424-102127.jpgFifth Stop is the best part of the tour. Lunch with a beautiful view at Kintamani.

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One thought on “DAY 2: BALI TEMPLE HOPPING

  1. That fried rice looks delish! Agh I ltelraily gave out a little appreciative sigh when I saw the soup & salad. My bf thinks I’m nuts, looking at food pron, LOL. Whoever doesn’t appreciate a beautiful food shot though I think they’re nuts. The salad especially looks like it’d taste of warm days and summer by the ocean. It seems like the sunny side up egg on top of a dish is really hot right now I know it’s a natural for something like fried rice, but I’ve been seeing it everywhere: on top of steaks, burgers, noodles, etc. I was actually just in Boston and was able to get a pub burger with a SSU egg on it and Siracha-mayo (a nice surprise on a pub menu).Also that leaf-motif coffee cup & saucer: so cute. But WHAT?! Civet coffee? I’m a huge coffee fan/drinker, but even the thought of it makes me squirm. How does it taste? Is it worth the $$$? I’ve always been curious after learning such a thing existed, many many years ago. Do tell!

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