Bali, Land of the gods, drunk tourists, and theiving monkeys


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September 26th 2009
Published: October 14th 2009EDIT THIS ENTRY

“Two roads diverged in a wood and I - I took the one less traveled by.” - Robert Frost The island directly east of Java is probably the most well known part of Indonesia. In fact, over 80% of travelers to Indonesia visit Bali only, and not without reason. Unlike the Javanese, the people of Bali are predominately Hindu, not Muslim. But unlike the Technicolor statues of gods favored by In... Read Full Entry



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Elaborate spirit house thing made out of leavesElaborate spirit house thing made out of leaves
Elaborate spirit house thing made out of leaves

This was taken on the road to the Botanic Garden. Just a couple of kilometers away from Monkey Forest Rd and it is like you stepped back in time.
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Monkey forest sanctuary
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Hidden shrine

Looks like the cover to a fantasy novel or something



14th October 2009

Monkey
I'm thinking that Ammi was really into the monkeys at first, but by the end they probably annoyed/freaked her out. I love the picture of the monkey in her lap and the caption is "Monkey Sanctuary." Has Ammi's lap become a monkey sanctuary? I don't think that's advisable. You saw the movie "Outbreak." I love you guys. Be careful.
15th October 2009

You guys are amazing
The whole trip is amazing. Your writing is amazing. And so is the photography. No comment on Ammy's lap. thanks for the entertainment. And Syd is right. Be safe

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