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Bali Island Horse · Dewi · Naughty Nuri's
I fell in love with Dewi, a graceful lovely horse at Bali Island Horse. I had the biggest pork rib ever for dinner. It was, indeed, an Eat Pray Love day for me.
Horse riding is a perfect activity for anybody who loves great challenges, adventures and explore the pure nature, or so they say. I chose Bali Island Horse, a horse riding company providing an exciting horse ride adventure to explore the traditional Balinese village and beautiful black sandy beach stretch 2 km from Yeh Gangga Beach until Klating Beach with a majestic panoramic view of the Indian Ocean during sunset. Photos of me taken by my horse's handler.
At the end of the day, I found myself ending up at Naughty Nuri's Warung in Batubelig for their killer porkribs, reputably the place to go for the best pork ribs in Seminyak. Warung means a street side food stall or hole-in-the-wall joint in Indonesia. Prices are much higher than the usual Warungs, and it caters mainly for tourists as the prices are too expensive for locals.
Photos taken using Sony NEX-F3. No edits except cropping. Click on the images below to expand. Disclaimer: The photos herein and all other albums associated with Bali Sojourn are by no means a documentary. They're all touristy snapshots.
Unfortunately with my memory of a goldfish I couldn't remember the name of the handler that followed me and became my photographer of the day. © Evan Hwong Photographs
Note: If you're gonna go horseriding, use a pair of jeans else you'll get friction burns. That's why they padded my lower legs. © Evan Hwong Photographs