One thing that I noticed in Bali was that there was alot of dogs running around all over I went and most of them all look run down. They all look like stray dogs to me as I saw so many of them just laying around all over and they in really bad shape. It`s really sad.
As you spend more a more time here,
and travel from region to region,
you will discover that the residents
of each district have their own traits.
during my Sabbatical,
I searched the more isolated areas,
such as found on the east coast.
before the bomb,
it was Ubud that had impressed me the most.
have changed my vision
of this town known as the
'center of the cultural chic',
which I don't seem to see
amongst the retired hippies,
growing old with age,
trying to make ends meet while
complaining at the progress of the world.
Leaving me wondering,
'What is up with the attitude?'
Or as well stated in the following link:
For what is going on in Ubud, click on:
If you want what I have heard
to be a great massage,
or an inexpensive lunch
in front of the sea,
or to be surrounded by
lots of pretty boys looking for a free ride,
Callego Beach is the place to go.
Because of it’s gay clientele,
it’s a great place for a girl to hang out!
Topless if you want!
The have an excellent fish kabob
and fresh lemon juice,
without sugar of course!
Located on the beach,
off of Petitenget,
at the end of a dirt road.
Kuta Beach beside a good place for breath taking, it was also a nice place for swimming, surfing and we can see a beautiful landscape when it was on a sunset