Bali Life

Balinese are predominately Hindu, that means there are lots of ceremonies! Here you will find (fun) facts about the Balinese life and everything you need to know to fit right in!
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Balinese ladies... and they are smiling and look to be having fun!!!! Wow!

Balinese ladies bringing offerings to the Hindu temple. Driving around Bali on festival days is serious eye candy. Colorful Photography :: Beautiful People :: Ethnic :: Tribal :: Love & Discover the World :: ZAIMARA Inspirations :: Breathtaking Images::

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Tirta Empul Temple, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Tirta Empul Temple, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia A month here with a dear friend working and making jewelry.

We have visited Bali 10 times now and in no particular order, here’s our 51 favourite things to do in Bali with kids - from waterparks to zoos to pedicures. It's all here!

Bali With Kids: Top 51 Things To Do

We have visited Bali 10 times now and in no particular order heres our 51 favourite things to do in Bali with kids - from waterparks to zoos to pedicures.

beautiful offerings ...

Those swirls of green and red colour on the lower eft are delicious Balinese cupcakes. No icing required.

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Indonesia Fast Facts - though a little dated. Current President is Joko Widodo and the Vice President is Jusef Kalla

The colours of friendship, Bali

the colours of friendship, Bali (by Nathalie Stravers)

A monster, created by a Balinese village, to join in the evening before the famous Silent Day (Nyepi). This evening the Ogoh Ogoh, as they call them, are burned under loud upheaval, in attempt to scare away all the demons here in Bali.  https://umaanyarwriter.wordpress.com/2013/03/12/the-night-before-neypi-the-ogoh-ogoh-in-bali/

The night before Neypi: The Ogoh-ogoh in Bali

A monster, created by a Balinese village, to join in the evening before the famous Silent Day (Nyepi). This evening the Ogoh Ogoh, as they call them, are burned under loud upheaval, in attempt to scare away all the demons here in Bali. https://umaanyarwriter.wordpress.com/2013/03/12/the-night-before-neypi-the-ogoh-ogoh-in-bali/

Basic Do's and Don'ts list for when you are in Bali. Make sure to check these out before getting on that plane! #bali

Volunteer Guide Bali - Volunteer Responsibly and For Free

This is your chance to experience real traditional Bali on a most famous and sacred day!

If you are looking for places to Volunteer in Bali for Free, this is your place. Find legitmate NGOs, non-for-profits and charities in Bali to volunteer teaching, organic farming, and helping the underprivileged of Bali.

What to do on a Rainy Day in Bali? No need to let it spoil your stay, just cancel your beach day and do one of the following awesome activities instead!

12 Remote Places Around the World - Bali, Indonesia

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