Although Bali is a perennial favourite with most Australians, I’ll admit I never really saw the point. Asia exoticism? Meh. Stuff I grew up with. Hot weather? Sydney summers are as warm, minus the humidity. Win. Beaches? Live near one. Yawn, yawn and more yawn.
That is, until I went there.
There’s a warmth and beauty about Bali that goes further than the beaches, the rice paddies and the temples. Bali’s bliss is, without a doubt, in its people and a tangible spirituality that infuses the entire place.
Landing at Nguh Rai, the Denpasar airport, we join the raucous, ballooning lines for a visa voucher for J. USD$25 and a voucher later, we join another line to get through immigration. The visa on arrival option is for Australian, UK, EU, Canadian and American passport holders and are valid for a 30-day stay. It’s best to have US dollars in cash…
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Thanks for following my travel and food blog BuildingMyBento, Kelly!
Did you like the food?
If you’re planning another trip back to Indonesia, I’m glad to recommend other places for you.
Hi! Thats one of the reasons I travel is to eat the food! Lol