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The fabulous Sanur Village Festival starts today and goes through until the 16th August.
Although now the Balinese Government is replacing the well-worn gauntlet-run footpaths (foto left) in many areas of Kuta, Legian, Seminyak and Tuban, there are still those walkways you will come across as you explore the tourist strip.
For some reason camels don’t like me! I rode on one in my youth in Egypt on my travels and a few years ago along Cable Beach in Broome, Western Australia.
Having done it a couple of times in New Zealand, you can take my word for it when I tell you gliding through the air on wind currents whilst delighting in the stunning views from ‘up there’ is one heck of a thrill.
No doubt many of you will be thinking, “Hey, that’s not off the beaten track”, and rightly so because it is pounded by tourist buses daily visiting the sacred temple of Pura Luhur Uluwatu on the western tip of the Bukit and on the east side, the upmarket Nusa Dua.
There aren’t many places left that I haven’t set foot on, walked along, climbed, trekked or explored on the island of Bali.
You have decided a good family trip to Bali is in order. You have booked your flights and arranged good accommodation through your travel agent but, there is a drawback.
Tumpek is one of the most interesting of the coincidence dates on the island of Bali. Tumpek occurs six times in every Pawukon and each of these dates is separately important.