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23/03/15

Kuta/Legian was a great stepping stone back into enjoyable travelling as it offered us sunshine, the beach and a variety of food but seemed to be tailored to Aussie holiday makers - a bit phoney and overpriced. Today we packed our bags, said goodbye to our wonderful poolside room and took a taxi to Ubud. It’s not hard to see why it’s renowned as the cultural centre of Bali, with its beautiful architecture on every street, arts for sale, jewellery stores, health conscious cafes and an absence of chaos.

Our first night in Ubud was spent at a recommended warung (a small, family owned eatery) followed by a Balinese Women’s dance show - a cool experience, even if our bums went numb and the male (yes, sneaky) dancer gave us the creeps.