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10 writer-friendly cafes in Ubud

Supposedly, being a writer is about being mentally prepared for rejection. Either by publishers, readers or waiters. Here's the case. You're on vacation in Ubud, but you still have deadlines that can't be missed. As you open your laptop in public, people around you start giving you that bitchy stare like those “it” girls at school. You probably act like you don't care, but what you need is “workcation” amenities. So, before rejection kills you, these writer-friendly cafes will help you relax to get down with your laptop and a cup of coffee to writing the first draft of a novel, sexy lyrics, a dirty diary or whatever you want to write. But before we walk down the streets, let me give you my definition of a “writer-friendly café”: varied prices ranging from cheapy to pricey in one location, relaxed waiters that still smile if you only order a single cup of coffee, comfortable seats and cozy from the couch to the gazebo and, of course, free WiFi -- hey, in the end we still need the Internet to send in our work, right? If your head kept nodding while you read the above list, join me as I explore Ubud from the west. Bambu Indah When I visited Bambu Indah for the first time, I was mesmerized by the setting of its restaurant and the breathtaking view. It's obviously more than just a boutique hotel. Best to go in the afternoon to enjoy sunset with a bowl of ice-cream or a glass of Chardonnay. Location: Sayan Delish dish: Balinese grilled tempeh satay. Sexy writing spot: A gazebo overlooking the Ayung River. Cafe Vespa You can hang out here with any of your friends, as they serve cuisine from Japanese to Lebanese and from sushi to hummus, either vegetarian or meatarian. Location: Penestanan Delish dish: Cheese platter & vegetable stack. Please also try their herbal teas: lemongrass and spices or Rooibos. Sexy writing spot: A long table in the corner of the room; you might get to sit next to a good-looking fellow customer. Kopi Desa Kopi Desa offers typical family comfort. The ambience gives you the sense of visiting an uncle's house in a quiet village. Make sure you slip your shoes off before entering the room. Their bookshelves will give your brain ammunition if you get lazy—oops, I mean writer's block. Location: Penestanan Delish dish: Mixed vegetable omelet & mocha coffee. Sexy writing spot: Couch on the terrace. Round Bar From Kopi Desa, follow the street signs to Ubud main road. Don’t forget your best shoes or your motorbike handling skills, because you will have to climb a steep uphill road. It was a little scary for me when I first rode my motorbike here, but now I find this road a pleasurable way to get a rollercoaster ride. Hey, watch out for the Round Bar, they're on the right side of Jl. Penestanan. I love their recycled chairs & traditional pizzas. And their reggae playlist makes me feel like I’m in a beach bar. Location: Penestanan Delish dish: Pizza and the bodhi salad. Accompanied by a watermelon mojito (30% off cocktails in the afternoon). Sexy writing spot: At the round table that surrounds the bar. Dapurku You might know this street as Ubud’s main road. When you see the colorful paper lanterns and pennants between Guardian and Jl. Tirta Tawar, time to slow down, that’s Dapurku’s decoration. Go on in and get your laptop out. Dapurku offers delightful self-service Sundanese cuisine such as grilled or deep-fried freshwater fish with a Jakarta twist: rice cooked in coconut milk dish (nasi uduk). And on top of that: free rice crackers with your meal. Location: Raya Ubud Delish dish: Rib soup after 3 p.m. Sexy writing spot: A chairless table where you can sit on a floor mat (lesehan) overlooking the street. But if you're superhungry, choose a table near the buffet. Abe Do Organic From Dapurku, go east and turn left onto Jl. Tirta Tawar. This is my favorite cycle route, as the road is very smooth and quite. You also get a heavenly view of rice fields. Abe Do is a small cafe, so visit them at off-peak hours and get ready for a taste of Balinese fusion cuisine. Location: Tirta Tawar Delish dish: Sweet sticky spicy tofu and grilled chicken. Sexy writing spot: The table facing the front door. Kebun Bistro From Tirta Tawar, let's go back west through Raya Ubud, then turn left onto Jl. Hanoman. I feel like a Parisian when I hang out at Kebun Bistro. The place has a French vibe, from their chandeliers, chairs and window frames to, of course, the cuisine, J'aime beaucoup l’endroit. Location: Hanoman Delish dish: French onion soup and Moroccan lamb shanks. Sexy writing spot: Outdoor table. Close your laptop though, let's write with a real pen in a real notebook. Kafe I know the name is tricky; that's why I secretly call this place “Kafe Hanoman”. Kafe is located only 2 meters from Kebun Bistro. They have a varied choice of cold and hot dishes served in a comfortable atmosphere. Location: Hanoman Delish dish: Pesto and herb feta. With extra olive oil, please. Sexy writing spot: Second-floor balcony. Pizza Bagus From Hanoman, let's head directly south, and stay alert for Pizza Bagus on the right side of the street. And I must agree with all my heart, their pizza tastes bagus (good), and is affordable. They also have a gourmet deli where you can find imported delights along with local powdered herbs. Location: Raya Pengosekan Delish dish: Any kind of pizza with extra extra mozzarella. Sexy writing spot: At the urban table near the entrance door. Warung Sopa From Raya Pengosekan, go straight to the south and turn right onto Nyuh Kuning Street. Slow down, as Warung Sopa is very near the intersection, on the right side of Jl. Nyuh Kuning. Warung Sopa is the type of warung that would make me willing to be forever vegetarian. They also host an organic market every Wednesday morning. And here’s an extra indulgence for you: you can get a Balinese massage and foot reflexology right next to the warung. Location: Nyuh Kuning Delish dish: Fried spring roll (lumpia) with raw Balinese sambal (sambal matah). Sexy writing spot: On a lesehan in the corner of the room. So that's my final pick of Ubud’s 10 most writer-friendly cafes. Please beware though, with all those delicious distractions, your deadlines could come second. Happy wr(eat)ing, folks!
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Wow, great ideas. Thanks @onesmile
I love that these each include a "sexy writing spot!" @hikaymm Plan your next trip using something like this :) You'll definitely be able to get some writing done then!!
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But if you need to change the date or time of your flight, that's going to cost $75 per person. You can also change your flight for free if you are traveling on JetBlue Vacations packages with flights booked through a travel agent. However, if you're booking directly with JetBlue, changing a flight will still cost $75 per person. Can I change my JetBlue flight time? Yes! If you need to change your JetBlue flight time, you can do so for a fee. You can also change your seat assignment. The cost of changing your flight time depends on how far in advance you make the change. If you make the change within 24 hours of departure, it costs $100 per ticket; if you make it 1-7 days before departure, it costs $200 per ticket; and if you make it 8 or more days before departure, it costs $300 per ticket.If you change your seat assignment, there is no fee associated with this action Originally published at https://www.aviationrepublic.com on February, 2023.
Instant Fried Noodles Recipe (Indomie)
Who here on Vingle freaking loves Indomie's Fried Noodles? @miranpark88 @shoenami @cheerfulcallie @Tapsamai "No matter how much of a foodie you are now, everyone has lived the instant noodle lifestyle at least once in their life. Whether you were a broke college student, a busy working professional, or a harried soccer mom, at some point instant noodles were (or still are) a primary staple food. It sure was mine when I went to college. Most people never lose that taste for instant noodle soup, I haven’t, but now I like mine dry and fried. The tough choice is which brand to select. Walking down the aisle in any Asian supermarket one can find an amazing variety from all over the world. There are Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Taiwanese, Indonesian, Malaysian, Thai, or American (Cup Noodles, etc.). For me, after sampling all the different instant noodles from around the world, I always go back to Indomie, which is originally Indonesian. Don’t get me wrong, I love our own Malaysian Maggie Mee, especially AssamLaksa and Tom Yam flavors, but when it comes to Mee Goreng (Fried Noodles), Indomie is the one. Period… Now how do you make a plate of seemingly uninteresting fried noodles into mouth-watering Deluxe Fried Noodles? Here is what I do." Indomie Recipe Ingredients: 1 pack of Indomie Mi Goreng (Fried Noodles) 3-5 shrimps, shelled, deveined and cut into small pieces 1 egg Method: Fry the egg. Fry the shrimp and save the remaining oil. Boil your noodles and mix with the sauces provided. Served with the fried egg and shrimp. Drip the remaining oil on top of your noodles for the extra zest. [Source http://rasamalaysia.com/instant-fried-noodles-recipe/2/]