Surf site in Bali

Bali’s southern beach waters produce exhilirating breaks, it is definitely surfing paradise, i’m not a surfer but i do visit some of these beautiful beaches that are claimed as place to enjoy wave.

Kuta and Legian Beach – Soft beach breaks, perfects perfect for learning

dreamland beach

Dreamland – My favorite , beach and reef breaks for novice to experienced surfer

Nusa Dua – reef breaks for experienced surfers, best in the wet season (Nov to March)

Padang-padang – The most dangerously tubing for left-handler; works only on huge swells this one leave for the pros

The Balangan – Balangan is a reef break though which differentiates it from Dreamland.

Suluban – The waves are extremely big and break into reef.

Good and Cheap food

I’m not a culinary savvy but i can tell the difference between good and not so good food, as i can’t go to a fine dining restaurant not that i don’t want to but there is a limit on how much money that i have to spend a month in terms of eating 🙁All i want to say is there are decent affordable place in Denpasar that serve good food {by my standard of course}, ‘Warung Cak Asmo’ is worth to visit and no wonder this place is always pack,besides of its taste and very reasonable this warung is quite clean and nice.array of Chinese food are serve here, amongst them are cap cay, siomay, cah kangkung, seafood and chicken cuisine.
and to end the happy day i got this cool Es Campur Tidar…

2 nasi putih (rice) + cah kangkung+ ayam kecap + siomay + Es Kacang Ijo + Es Campur Tidar = 36.500 rupiah ….i’m a very happy man 🙂 !

Frog Market

My field trip to Pasar Kodok { Frog Market } which is not actually a market that sells frog , this is an area in Kediri, Tabanan Regency about 50 minutes from Denpasar where group of trader established tents to sell imported attire such as jacket, suite,jeans,sweater, t-shirt, short, even bra :). According to traders there the market name’s comes from the location of the market which is located on rice field which people whereas are often find frogs.
pasar-kodok pasar-kodok-2
Started on 2001 by Madura’s trader most of the goods are imported from Japan,Singapore, Korea.  the market is visited not just from local people but also from foreign tourist.

I bought my self 2 training jackets for 30.000 rupiah a piece which cost probably 80.000 rupiah in shopping mall, they are not new but they are nice jacket.