All smiles in Bali. Big, big, bright smile. And everything necessary to comply with this request in the eye. While they are busy with their scooters weaving in traffic, or wearing a heavy pig on the road swing, just show a smile, and the reaction is immediate and exciting.
“Transport?” Known as a smiling young man on the sidewalk in Ubud, the arts in the city in the southeast hills. It ‘a common question on the streets, almost all in Bali. Who gets to drive for a small fee. Say “No Thanks” seven times in Monkey Forest Road, Ubud. But what is encouraging is that you are always enthusiastic, “Hello!” response.
As one of the most luxurious of Bali in Indonesia is truly a company focused on service and the economy. Away from the resorts on the coast, there is less commercial and more zeal genuine kindness. Bali is culturally different from other Indonesian islands, and made an exception in this predominantly Muslim country with a history of Hindu-Buddhist. It is this history that the Balinese approach to life and the Balinese landscape.
Exploration of the area of Ubud on the bike is probably the best way to take in the beautiful countryside with its rice terraces, temples, villages and roosters cluck. I volunteered for a day trip with Arunga Bali Moon Group. We started with a stop in the morning in an orchard is growing all the eclectic mangosteen, papaya and peanuts, cocoa, coffee and tea leaves. Arunga also gave Salak, a fruit with a brown, scaly snake skin that looks and tastes like a nut inside the mixture of apple and pear.
After a fresh ginger tea, we were driven to the edge of Mount Batur. The bicycle was demolished and we were ready to resume downhill to Ubud. Arung assured us that the office “down”, but some of us were impressed by how steep it may be a surprise. And the road was just a rocky road. A tour of the English girls’ rear edge of the service carried our bags to use, but was persuaded to take it, because they would face. more…