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L on the Hunt: Bali Islands Pemuteran

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Posted by lifestylehunters | Diary | October 30, 2012


After months of waiting, all the great stories from all the people who fell in love with Bali before, the preparations it was time to go. Bali Islands.


We had an direct flight from Amsterdam to Denpensar but we had to get off the plane for 20 minutes in Signapore. After 11 hours without WIFI, I was in desperate need to check my e-mail and Lifestylehunters.


Despite the fact we arrived in the middle of the night in Pemuteran. I woke up early, because I was super excited. We all want to get out off bed and shower like this in the morning right?

The first lunch. Renwe was excited to open the reed cover. Green curry with vegetables and chicken and not to mention rice..

The second day in Pemuteran we booked a snorkeling trip to Menjangan island. An amazing experience. We never saw so many different, colourful and beautiful fishes. I’m sure all designers will book a snorkle trip to Menjangan before they start designing their Summer collection. The ocean is such a great source of inspiration.

Living like a local. Nasi lunchbreak at 11.00 am.

We were a bit tired from snorkeling, so we decied to relax at the hotel pool before we had to visit the spa for a Balinese massage.


Afternoon tea and Balinese snack, pancake with coconut.

The third and last day in Pemuteran we decided to discover the north of Bali by motorbike.


The first stop in Lovina, Ice coffee at the beach.



Brahmavihara Arama, Buddhist temple and meditation center.



Batur Hot Spring the only healing spa in Bali.

After dinner at our favorite restaurant in Pemuteran. The restaurant is cozy, romantic, the food is great and the service is excellent.

From Pemuteran to Ubud, amazing view.

Along the route we stopped to see some sights. One of the stops was Munduk, known from the coffee plantations and the famous exclusive civet cat coffee.

Of course we had to try the Kopi Luwak coffee.  The most expensive coffee in the world. Kopi Luwak or civet coffee, is coffee made from the beans of coffee berries which have been eaten by the Asian Palm Civet and other related civets, then passed through its digestive tract.


Snacks for the afternoon.


Arrived in Ubud. Stay tuned at Lifestylehunters to see more about  my experiences here.

 

 
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