Observed Balinese Hindu Ceremony in Tanah Lot

Balinese Hindu Ceremony at Tanah Lot Research before you visit, from now on that is my motto. I only realized this on our first day in Bali. I was walking around in a yellow tube dress and felt as if I were naked in the streets of Ubud.

Since we decided to spend most of our days in the small village of Ubud, I didn’t realize how traditional they lived their lives. Only 3% of Indonesians are Hindu, most of which are in Bali. The rest of the 97%, are Muslim. Tourism is popular in Bali, but only in major areas such as Kuta, Seminyak, Gili’s Islands, and Lombok, especially for honeymooners. I figured since Bali is a top destination for honeymooners, I could wear a teeny bikini and my parade in my beach dresses. As soon as we walked out of our place, the locals glued their eyes onto me, especially men winking left and right. Continue reading

KicKer vs. KitKat: A Knock off or the Original?

KicKer or KitKat During our first night in Seoul, we were walking around doing some sight seeing at 12 midnight. From a far, these bright red wrapped goodness looked exactly like my favorite candy bars, KitKat. Are these Korean KicKer’s a knock off to the American KitKat’s? Who knows? I tried researching online somewhere, but couldn’t find a single historical site about KicKer’s, unless maybe it’s in Korean and I can’t understand it. Continue reading

Watching the Pacquiao vs Cotto Fight in Bohol Philippines

pacquiao-vs-cottoJeff watched the fight in a big screen theater and I watched it on the beach.

November 14, 2009 – The Pacquiao vs Cotto Fight was LIVE in Las Vegas and at around 11am Philippine time. Jeff and his dad bought tickets the day before to watch the fight at the local mall in Bohol, the BQ Mall (Bohol Quality Mall. The fight was showing live in all SM Shopping Mall movie theaters or showing free if you had a TV with an antenna. Continue reading

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