Posted on February 26, 2014
Ubud, Bali, Indonesia: We’ve been here just over 2 weeks and have settled in to our community and a routine. Our bungalow sits in a rice paddy in Penestanan, a traditional village of artists and bead-workers who live and work in their walled family compounds. Population: approximately 2000, which is quite large for a Balinese village. It’s certainly off the beaten path, and giving directions to someone trying to find us goes something like this: take the main road from Ubud towards the Bintang supermarket, go 100 meters. On your left, take the Campuhan Steps all the way up the hill. Turn right at the top, walk straight past our yoga studio, past our regular eatery, the Yellow Flower Cafe, go left, walk down a handful of stairs past 3 rice paddies and our bungalow is on the right.
Tagged: neighborhood, Penestanan, rice paddy, Ubud, Whiskey
tell me you have reached out to Sophie and connected! You really will love her – she’s wonderful – and my mother and father in law are currently out there until March!
Just beautiful. And you have a doggie friend. I love reading your posts 🙂 Namaste
Are you ever coming back? We’ll let you know if there’s rice paddies near us when the ice melts. You can make up your mind then?
Seriously, sounds like you are having an incredible time. Eat and love!