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CakeSpy is in Bali!

Will the sweets be more like this?

Dear, sweet readers,

Not to get all Eat, Pray, Love on you, but by the time you read this, I will be in Bali! I have decided to do a month-long volunteer project with a group called IVHQ wherein I will be acting as a kindergarten teaching assistant. I think I'll do OK--I mean, kids everywhere love art, sweets, and writing, right? 

I decided to stay a few weeks beyond the volunteering to explore, do yoga, and immerse myself in the culinary culture of Indonesia.

How this affects you.

I'll have Wifi though, so while my posting may not be as regular, it will happen.

So that's where you come in, sweeties. Have you ever been to Bali? Do you have any regional specialty food suggestions for me? Cool cooking class suggestions? Or perhaps bakeries or sweet shops which can't be missed? 

Or, maybe you could weigh in by telling me the stuff you're curious about in Bali. Do you want me to write about the unique fruits I find? What the experience of ordering in a bakery is in Bali? Et cetera? 

Let me know, sweeties, because you're coming with me and I want to share the adventure with you.

Love, CakeSpy

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Have fun! Bali is beautiful. Watch out for the monkeys. They're sneaky!
February 19 | Unregistered CommenterKelly
My husband is an "Indo" half Dutch and have Indonesian. he was born in Jakarta, his materal grandmother was from Bali, I don't know it and he has never been there but I'm getting pretty good at preparing some of the food.
I think that you will find the beverages and sweets are unique. I make Chendol:: coconut milk
pandan and palm sugar over ice with green "gummy worms" (actually made from mung bean
flour, palm sugar and pandan.
I'm looking forward to your posts...

Sacramento, CA
February 19 | Unregistered CommenterCandy P
There is a monkey forest in Ubud. A. Monkey. Forest.
Need I say more?
February 20 | Unregistered CommenterJessica
Just catching up with blog posts and saw that you're in Bali! What a great opportunity to volunteer and explore the region. Can't wait to see more updates about your experience. Have fun!
February 24 | Unregistered CommenterBee

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