INDONESIA

Hi, I'm Delainha.
 I was born and raised south of Toronto. 
I spent a year living in London, England
  and currently live in QLD Australia,
  travelling the world one country at a time.
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and remember, always choose  happiness whatever it may be xx

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BALI - KUTA & UBUD

8 NOVEMBER 2017

10 NOVEMBER 2017

WHERE TO STAY |
ACCOMMODATION

Palm Beach Hotel - Kuta
Kori Bali Inn - Ubud

WHAT TO DO |
ACTIVITIES

Unlike any other Asian country, you are going to fall in love with the island of Bali! The hectic city of Kuta can be a little bit overwhelming and a major tourist trap, but just outside of the city you can find a lot of hidden treasures!  Visit the Royal Water Temple, Jatiluwih rice terrace, Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, and watch the sunset a Tanah Lot Temple by the sea.
Head north into the rain forest of Ubud, check out the monkey forest, watch a traditional balinese dance, Tirta Empul Temple, and taste the infamous Luwak coffee at a coffee plantation!

10 NOVEMBER 2017

WEATHER & | APPROPRIATE ATTIRE

Prepare to sweat more than you ever thought you could. No word of a lie! Pure sweat fest in Bali, tie the hair back and wear some comfy breathable clothes, she is a scortcher almost year round. Some surprise showers when you least expect it to add to the level of humidity! No jacket needed in the month of November, that's fosho!
Make sure to back a few scarves and long skirts for when visiting temples, stay covered and stay respectable :)

7 NOVEMBER 2017

THINGS YOU MIGHT WANT TO KNOW |

If you're obsessed with the movie Eat Pray Love, then you're going to fall in love with Bali, I guarantee it! Kuta is a bit hectic and full of Australian tourists, and when arriving at the airport can be very over whelming with the amount of Balinese taxi driver's asking you if you need a taxi, but they're all very kind - just pushing for business, that's all! Stand your ground or crack a joke with them, either way they're completley harmless :) Bali is extremely cheap, my acommodation for 5 nights only cost $100 Australian dollars, insane right?! There's so much culture and traditions to learn about, you'll be amazed! Some meals I found didn't sit as well as others, so just be cautious when trying new food! The currency used in Bali is the Indonesia Rupiah.

7 NOVEMBER 2017

ENTERANCE VISA |
INDONESIA

Visa not required for entry into Indonesia for Canadian citizens. Be sure to check the immigration website to determine whether you may require a visa to enter the country.