So the next stop after Canggu was Ubud, where we stayed for 2 weeks. WHEN CANGGU IS A HEAVEN FOR ALL THE INSTA-FOODIES, THEN UBUD IS A PARADISE FOR VEGAN-FOODIES! THE FOOD IS JUST AMAZING (and amazingly cheap).

I was really surprised when I realised that Ubud only consists of 2 streets basically. But that small size makes it even more special. I felt right at home in there.

In Ubud we really took some time off, read books, did yoga, ate a lot of heavely good food and drove the scooter around the rice fields. Although, the center of Ubud is quite touristic, the surroundigs are full of auhtinticity and wilderness.

MY TOP 5 EXPERIENCEs IN UBUD:

◊ CLIMBING TO MOUNT BATUR FOR SUNRISE (the coolest thing ever!)
◊ VISITING THE LOCAL FOOD MARKET AT 6 AM (a real local experience)
◊ GOING TO THE TEGALALANG RICE TERRACE (yes, it is quite touristic, but it is still breathtakingly beautiful)
◊ EATING A LOT OF CURRIES, GADO-GADOS AND OTHER LOCAL DISHES (still dreaming about these!)
◊ VISITING THE MONKEY FOREST (but read about the rules first and keep in mind that they are wild monkeys)


Travel date: June, 2016

View from our balcony
Discovering temples
Morning market
Ubud monkey forest
BEST vegan ice cream in Mama and Asahi Ice Cream
Cafe with a view near our house
The famous Tegalalang rice terrace
Found an abandoned house on our way to the waterfall
TIP: carry a long scarf with you so when you won’t have any trouble entering temples and sacred forests
Early morning view from Mount Batur
Sunrise from Mount Batur
♥ THANKS FOR STICKING AROUND TILL THE END ♥
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Hannaliis

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