travel to bali

Green Bali. Indonesian stories.

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LT: Indonezija. Jau praėjo savaitė po kelionės, atrodo, lyg visa amžinybė. Balis, žinoma, visai kita Indonezijos pusė – turistinė- vietiniai pripratę prie didelio svetimšalių antplūdžio. Čia vietiniai nepuola fotografuotis kartu, kaip Javoje, Indonezijos pagrindinėje saloje. Tačiau gamta, ypač salos rytuose,  tikrai pritrenkiančio grožio.

Ruošiama valtis kelionei į Gili salą, žinoma, susilaukiu pasiūlymo ir aš, bet iškankinta “besisupančių” lėktuvų, tą galimybę tądien atmetu.

EN: Indonesia. After a week at work, I need to check my photo library to assure I have been on vacation, otherwise, I feel this didn’t even happen. After visiting Bali island, I wish I had more days to come back to Java, I feel I have left there so many things unnoticed. In Bali people are so OK to this huge flow of tourists every day, they do not even taking pictures together, like in Yogyakarta 🙂 Anyways, nature is so amazing in here, I haven’t seen that much greenery anywhere else. Especially in east of the island, I had a luxury to look around while driving.

These boats above are prepared to float to Gili islands, of course, I got an invitation to get there. Maybe next time, I was swinging enough in planes 🙂

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Saloje dauguma vietinių verčiasi žemdirbyste- augina ryžius tiesiog plantacijomis, kaip vienoje iš jų man teko pereiti visus “kryžiaus” kelius, šlapia, katik po lietaus žole, numindžiotais takais ir laipteliais iš purvo- vietomis nuo slydimo žymių jų net nelikę. 🙂 Linksmiausia tai, jog ši “treniruotė” baigiasi aukštai aukštai kitąpus, kur gali atsipalaiduoti besimėgaujant jaunų kokosų sultimis. Apsišarvavusi sportbačiais įveikiau visus kalnelius ir nuolydžius, buvau purve iki kelių, mažiausiai, bet juk tokios ir turi būti atostogos! Tiesa? 🙂

Atgaudama kvapą pačiame kalno viršuje sveikinu vietinį, nešiną žolės pilnais nasčiais, basomis įveikusį “mano kryžiaus kelą”… Aš apšalusi, o jis man šypsosi 🙂

People living from agriculture and, of course, tourism. But anyways, rice fields stretching all over the island, like this I was “working” at 🙂 On the other side rice fields finish with young coconut juice, that is why I must have to get there! Wet grass, not many of the stairs left, climbing by hands, all in dirt, but I made it! Happy to be on top, and local worker smiles to me- he climb bare foot and with full of grass bamboo yoke on his shoulders. Oh well..

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Tirta Gangga, Bali. Indonesian stories.

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Yes, that is the most beautiful place I have ever seen 😉 Tirta Gangga was on my list while visiting Bali, even know it was quite far away to get to. It is opposite site of other places I wanted to see, so I am glad Golden Tours have aggreed to get me there. And it was so worth it!

Tirta Gangga means water pallace for Gangga, who is one of hindu gods. On the hill there is a temple and fresh spring water pool, where people comes to wash their sins.

Beautiful pools with fishes looks amazing. Standing on the stones made me feel like godess walking on the water. Such a pleasure to spend time there, swiming in fresh waters, meditate or feed fishes. Especially, traveling to that side of Bali made me see completely different side of the island. There are beautiful beaches with Gili island on horizon, palm trees and rice fields on the hills, temples on the highest mountains, much less tourists and beautiful panoramic views. Everything you need for a different day in Bali. 😌

My look of the day: Missguided maxi shirt dress, Dior So Real sunglasses, Kenzo wallet on chain, Lindex golden sandals.