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Kuta Beach Bali: No Money, No Problem

Kuta Beach Bali: No Money, No Problem

The seventh stop in our SEA by Train vacation in Indonesia, Kuta. If you’ve been following this series, then you are most likely aware that during our last day in Ubud we realized that our pocket money is dwindling. To add insult to injury, we were not able to inform our banks that we will be out of the […]

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Kuta Beach, Getting There and Accommodations

Kuta Beach: Getting There and Accommodations

On our way to the seventh stop in our SEA by Train vacation in Indonesia, Kuta. The last leg of our trip in Indonesia takes us to one of the top tourist attractions in the most popular visitor destination in Indonesia. We’re not club goers, the main reason we placed Kuta last in our itinerary is for the beach. We knew we […]

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Eat, Pray, ...Walk: Roaming the Streets of Ubud on Foot

Eat, Pray, …Walk: Roaming the Streets of Ubud on Foot

The sixth stop in our SEA by Train vacation in Indonesia, Ubud. I tried and failed miserably. I’ve been trying to restrain the urge to reference the 187-week New York Times Bestselling Book by Elizabeth Gilbert since I started writing about the Ubud leg of our vacation in Indonesia. Now, on my fourth article chronicling our Ubud respite, I give in to […]

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Mother Temple Basakih in Bali, Indonesia

Bali Temple Run (2 of 2): Pura Ulun Danu Batur, Besakih and Rice Paddies

The sixth stop in our SEA by Train vacation in Indonesia, Ubud. With the “my must-visit” temples in Ubud checked off of my list from the first half of the tour (well, I also wanted to see Goa Gajah); the second half of the day takes us to the two most important temples in all of Bali, Besakih and Pura […]

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Ubud: Getting There and Accommodations

Ubud: Getting There and Accommodations

On our way to the sixth stop in our SEA by Train vacation in Indonesia, Ubud. Straight from our trek to the smoldering crater of Mt. Ijen, our tour operator dropped us off at Ketapang Port where we took the ferry to Gilimanuk in Bali, then headed by bus to the capital, Denpasar. Unleash the traveler in […]

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Jakarta to Bali without flying

Jakarta to Bali Without Flying

On our way to the sixth stop in our SEA by Train vacation in Indonesia, Ubud. Flying from Jakarta to Bali takes less than two hours. Bali is ahead by an hour, so you’d get there three hours later. If you’re not a big fan of flying, want to spend your money on something other than […]

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