1. Red Sunset
    April 19, 2015 @ 10:03 am

    Love your journey-telling and mentioning special moments, like the spontaneous hand-holding gesture with the elderly lady on the temple’s staircase. Wish you had posted a picture of the beautiful views you mentioned, such as Lake Batur and volcano of the same name. I do enjoy your sense of humor in your writings. Coffee poo! lol


    • Drop Me Anywhere
      April 19, 2015 @ 7:13 pm

      Thank you. The rice paddies were the most spectaular views and I put one photo in there but, in this case, the words were worth a thousan pictures as the photos really don’t do it justice. As for the view from lunch at the volcano, I’ll put it on the DMA Instagram and Facebook pages. Due to ongoing computer challenges, I can’t locate most of the photos from that view and only found one which isn’t that great. Or maybe again, the live view is much better than the photos.


      • Red Sunset
        April 20, 2015 @ 10:32 am

        You’re right about a photo not doing justice at times. Enjoy your journey!


  2. Suchandra
    April 19, 2015 @ 11:45 pm

    Good to read your post. Takes me back to my vacation in Bali. The Mount Batur trek, drinking kopi luwak at the plantations in Munduk. Well Joy did. 🙂 And of course the stunning terraces of rice fields.


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