Here’s come my final travel blog of Bali.
Our very last stop at Kintamani:
Kintamani left me a hugh ’sigh’ more than excitement when I started thinking about my plan at Leaders in Training (LIT) program.
The situation was like this, at LIT, I suggested to the rest of participants that we could go to volcano trekking. Almost everyone was quite pleased about it. Turn out it/I was causing a bit too much problems. Ya know, logistic, re-arrangement of training schedule, and someone had mentioned “I’m here to learn, not for trekking.”
True. These people paid from their own pocket; whereas I was being paid and fully sponsored, I shouldn’t take that for granted.
Nevertheless, I still haven’t given up - I told Kian, one day, we will go trekking together. Just like how we did at Mulu Cave
The view wasn’t too bad. It could be better without those locals selling souvenirs to the tourist.
After a brief visit, we went down the hill via a different path.
Here you go, a truly breath-taking paddy field!
We off for lunch at Bebk Bengil after that - The Original Crispy Duck
We placed the order at 1pm, but we didn’t receive our meal till 2pm-ish.
I’ve gotten Yande to do foodie photos for me.
“Hello, my name is Cynthia - Your friendly local foodie pharmer. Today, I’m featuring Dirty Duck… ” blah blah blah
Did I ever tell you this? ^^
I always wanted to be a weather girl on telly. I never thought I will end up doing drugs like my daddy and grandpa.
All I like to do is talking, smilling, occasionally winking. I don’t fancy using my brain, much.
Here you go, the famous dirty duck.
Yande decided to go for ’something else’, and I remember what’s the ’something else’ called.
I was very pleased when he started taking photos of his meal ^^ [gotcha dude! woohoo!]
I, is a very proud foodie
Bebek Bengil is a huge eating place.
Check out their indoor interior open-air restaurant. From number 1 to 60, I don’t even know where to begin.
Very impressive, indeed.
Last photo from the resort we were staying at:
How cool is that?
That’s it for now on. Thanks for reading and sharing my travel experience in Bali. I will see you in the next episode. Same time, same day at my dot com