If there was ever a day for sate, it was today. We headed north towards Bedegul to see the twin waterfalls and on the way, stopped for the most delicious sate ever. Forget Richmond night market, this sate will blow your taste buds away! It was so good, I had to go back for seconds. Be warned though, while the sate themselves weren’t very spicy, the accompanients (rice, soup, veggies) will burn and burn and burn your mouth. Yum…I’m salivating just thinking about it.
On the way to the waterfalls, we stopped by the Bedegul floating temple. It’s not one of Bali’s most spectacular temples but was still very pretty. It floats on a lake that reflects the mountains behind it. My pictures don’t do it justice but you’ll be able to get a sense of how peaceful and serene the area was.
The twin waterfalls were nice but I didn’t think they were anything special. The coolest thing about them was the cave-like structure that was nearby and the swinging tarzan rope.
After the waterfalls (TLC anyone?), we headed home but decided to stop by and get more sate! Except this time, it was sate kelinci – rabbit sate! While it was good and everything, the other sate that we ate in the morning was by far tastier, juicier and tastier! We also stopped by the Pura Taman Ayun (Taman Ayun Temple) since we were in the neighbourhood. Not as pretty as the Bedegul Temple but it still had nice features.
Our next adventure is to try and learn how to ride bikes… Should be a piece of cake! (or not)