6 days in Ubud, part 2: ridge walk, famous rice fields & my sisters leaving

We spent the last three nights in Ubud, and also the last three nights together, in a different location than Jati Homestay. So the morning of March 26th, we packed our bags together for the last time, checked out of the homestay and walked out of the alley. After checking in at Suwar Bungalows, we decided to walk the Campuhan ridge walk. We also went to probably the most famous rice fields of Bali, and unfortunately my sisters had to go back home. So I’m now a solo traveler!

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6 days in Ubud, part 1: market and monkeys

So we have been to Seminyak, Amed and Lovina, and next up is probably the most touristy place of all of Bali. People come here for shopping, vegan food and yoga. I’m talking about Ubud of course! We saw a lovely temple, the famous market and went to the monkey forest of course. Read more about it here!

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Prices in Bali 2019: what does everything cost?

Life in Bali is cheap. I’m sure you’ve heard that before. And I’m definitely not here to tell you otherwise. Of course it depends on where exactly you stay and eat and shop, some places are more expensive than others. But overall, everything is less expensive than in the West, so Europe and America. Now I’m sure you’re wondering what exactly things will cost you. Good news! I’ve got a whole list of what exactly everything costs in Bali, because I’ve kept all of the receipts I was given. Included in this article: groceries, entertainment, random, transport and restaurants.

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Giethoorn in November

What place to visit in The Netherlands? Giethoorn of course!

It’s a small village that has the nickname ‘little Venice of The Netherlands’.

You can spend your day by renting a boat and saling around in the sun, shopping a bit, having lunch/dinner at restaurants or by going for a walk in the surrounding nature.

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