Bali, a place rich in cultural heritage January 16th 2017 Have you ever woken up in a dark room and you couldn’t figure out where you are, you feel confused and somewhat lost. I’m sure it has happened to some of you sometime. Well, that’s what I felt when I woke up. My curtains were drawn, so the room was dark. I couldn’t figure out where I am. Oh, is it Ho Chi Minh City? Or is it Tokyo? Nah, must be my own bed in Calgary. I checked the time in m ... read more
Asia » Indonesia » Bali » Ubud The Dutch began to colonize Indonesia in the early 17th century; the islands were occupied by Japan from 1942 to 1945. Indonesia declared its independence after Japan's surrender, but it required four years of intermittent negotiations, recurring hos... ... read more
My father grew up amid the green hills of Assam in India. When I was a little boy, I went with him to see the vastness of nature, holding his hand. He is the one who instilled the love for nature in me; everything I love in nature today, I owe to him.
I have lived in Canada for many years now, but my love for nature and the outdoors is everlasting. Travelling and photography are my passions. Although I visit tourist areas, I rarely spend time there unless there are historic interests. I often travel off the beaten paths of jungles, mountains and rural areas. While travelling to such places... full info
That would have to be the most elaborate entrance to a cave I have ever seen, Tab. Is it elaborate inside as well or at all? You have used your short stay in Bali well. Looking forward to where you head next.
Elaborate cave entrance
Thanks Dave for your comments. Yes, the cave entrance is marvelous. The stone carvings are done painstakingly, I must say. Inside cave was not elaborate, but not that cramped either and still the offerings to the Hindu Supreme trinity goes on there.