Transportation in Ubud, Bali
A post(card) from Vira, while she's traveling.
Transportation in Ubud could be a challenging part of your trip in Bali. If anything the whole island is known for, it’s definitely not the easy public transportation. That’s perhaps why the locals prefer to have their own cars or scooters, and that is why I often get a headache about getting around when in Bali. Based on my last trip to Bali, here are my notes on the transportation in Ubud (and pretty much everywhere else on the island),
Walking Jakarta – The Elite Menteng & Cikini
Once upon a time, Jakarta was a small green city. It seems like a far concept considering the state the city is in at the moment, but there was such a time. I had the chance to dwell on the seemingly impossible idea when walking Jakarta, specifically within the Menteng and Cikini area. Suci, a new found friend, happened to know much about the history of the area and agreed to help me meander through the area and burn a few calories in the process.
Visiting Indonesia – Larry and Judy’s Story.
During Vira's trip around Greece, she happen to bump in to a nice couple that was intrigued by one of our old tshirt that said 'I survived Indonesia'. A conversation happened ending to this story of visiting Indonesia. Larry Rosenberg recently retired as a senior research associate at the Harvard School of Public Health. He worked there since 2001 and at other parts of Harvard University before that. His interests include international development, energy and the environment, advocacy of a two-state