Half an hour route taxi from Port Antonio to Moore Town, an independent area inhabited by the Maroons. Nanny is a national hero. She led to slaves to fight the British. She snuck,… Continue reading
A small island you can get to over a bridge from Nusa Lemborgan. It’s not very touristed, has stunning views from the top and you can scoot round the perimeter at sea level.
A summary of my route, accommodation and the like. I flew in to Denpasar and came out of customs to a sea of men holding out signs with names on and calling out. I… Continue reading
The road to Sembiran village is up steep hills (no such thing as a gradual gradient) and windy so I took it slowly. The village is built along the hill contours in an… Continue reading
Seaweed farming is one of the main industries on these three islands. You’ll see it along most of the coasts and it ends up mostly being used for cosmetics. The big companies are… Continue reading
From Nusa Penida I charted a boat for the short ride to Nusa Lembongan.
The largest of three islands off Bali’s east coast, has very little tourist infrastructure and prices for rooms, snorkel trips and hiring snorkel gear, scooters etc are cheaper here. Once you’re away from… Continue reading
One hour’s drive inland from Amed covering 60km finds me in Sideman known for stunning views of rice paddies. I have my photocopied hand-drawn map and will explore later on. Local life The… Continue reading
Amed on the north coast attracts visitors for the diving and snorkeling and every building along the coast is either a homestay or other accommodation, eaterie, or dive shop. I was told by… Continue reading
Having caught bemos and various other transport from Pemuteran through the larger cities to get here, I enjoyed the peacefulness in this village. Bali Sandat Guesthouse What I liked about this place was… Continue reading