The Ultimate Canggu Food Guide – where to eat in Bali

 

When visiting Bali you are bound to make a stop in a place called Canggu. It’s located in the middle of Bali’s rice fields and surrounded by large palm trees.

Next to being a surfers and yoga paradise its also an absolute vegan food paradise! In fact, there are so many cafes and restaurants that serve amazing plant based food that its hard to choose which spot you are going to try next!

So here I am making things a little easier for you! I went looking for the best coffee, smoothie bowls, smoothies, avo toast, chia jugs, pancakes, salads, burgers, pastas, pizza, vegan ice cream and even the best local Balinese food!

Here is the list so you know where to go and get your vegan pancakes and enjoy the best coffee when you find yourself wondering through the rice fields in Bali!

 

 

Best coffee

 

Satu Satu

At Satu Satu they make their own coconut milk which is absolutely delicious. Perfect for a cappuccino! If you are a coffee lover like I am then you will be happy to hear that they offer 3 different cup sizes – small, medium and LARGE! (For those Monday mornings)

 

Rise and Shine

I always get a cappuccino with soya milk and I am the happiest person on earth. The cappuccino (25k Idr/1.30 pounds) is smooth and full of flavour. It has a sweet touch and isn’t bitter or watery like the coffee you normally get served in Bali. Its the perfect wake up call on any morning!

 

Jikaa cafe

Personally I’m a huge coffee freak and I can honestly say that Jikaa has one of the best cappuccino’s in Canggu. The moment you walk in you can already smell the coffee beans,  the sound of milk being steamed and cups clinking together fills the room and it automatically makes you crave a coffee. And these cravings are always rewarded with the most delicious cappuccino!

They serve  a great soya cappuccino! This coffee is perfect in strength and the milk doesn’t overpower the delicious coffee taste. After every sip you’ll notice the nutty after taste which gives it its unique flavour. Its soft, yet full of flavour.

 

Matcha Cafe

If you are more of a quick espresso kind of person you’ll have to go toMatcha Cafe Besides serving the best and highest quality matcha in Canggu you’ll also find that they serve the best espresso’s. This is due to the fact that the owner is Italian – and Italians know how to make some kick-ass coffee!

 

 

Best smoothie bowl

 

The Shady Shack

The Shady Shack makes the best smoothie bowls and really go full out with the toppings – no boring smoothie bowl can be found here! My favourite is the ‘Greenpeace smoothie bowl‘ (90k Idr/3.85 Gbp) which consists of kale, spinach, spirulina, banana, coconut water, coconut oil, goji, chia, bee pollen and muesli. Even though it’s a very green smoothie bowl it has sweet and fruity flavours too which overpowers all the green ingredients – making it taste tropical and healthy!

 

Peloton Supershop

My favourite smoothie bowl here is called the ‘Green Bowl’. At Peloton Supershop they serve you the biggest bowl which will definitely ease your breakfast cravings! The smoothie base is made with banana, mango, coconut water, spirulina and moringa protein powder. Then it’s topped with tropical fruit, toasted coconut flakes and cinnamon, cashew and raisin granola. A bowl full of healthy goodness and pure happiness!

 

Kynd Community

They serve all kinds of delicious and beautiful smoothie bowls here, however one of my favourites is called the ‘Green and Grind’ (69k Idr/ 3.60 pounds). This green goodness consists of banana, mango, spinach, flax, maca, spirulina, coconut water and is topped with home-made granola and tropical fruit. Its absolutely delicious, super refreshing and extremely healthy. Even though this might be a green bowl it does not taste overly green and still has some sweetness to it. What I find different from this bowl compared to others is that when you have finished the toppings you don’t just have the rest of the smoothie to spoon out. Instead Kynd Community places some more granola on the bottom so with every spoonful you have some yummy crunchiness!

 

Bali Bowls

Bali Bowls has all kinds of tropical deliciousness, however my favourite smoothie bowls are called ‘Green giant’ and ‘Banana-Cado’ (75k Idr/4.10 pounds) The ‘Green giant’ is an amazing green smoothie bowl that is still sweet and fruity while you are still getting all your greens in! Its a mix of spinach, kale, mango, banana, lime, turmeric, granola, coconut flakes and soya milk. Its smooth, refreshing and delicious! The ‘Banana-Cado’ smoothie bowl is a little more comforting as it has a more nutty and sweet flavour – which I love! The ingredients are banana, avocado, oats, peanut butter, dates, gojiberry, chia seeds, granola and oat milk.

 

 

Best smoothie

 

The Shady Shack

To ease your chocolate cravings you have to order the ultimate smoothie called ‘Choc tops’. Its the most creamy, deep, rich and most chocolatey smoothie you will ever taste – I still dream about it now. Their menu is full of vegan deliciousness and they are truly amazing. However, the ‘Choc tops’ is a must try!!

 

Betelnut cafe

At Betelnut Cafe they have the most delicious juices and smoothies. The ultimate smoothie is called the ‘Chunky Monkey‘ (which is a bit of a cheeky one). It’s made with banana, cashew butter, dates, flax seeds, muesli, ginseng, maca, cacao and coconut milk. Trust me, the cheekiest but best smoothie you’ll ever taste! Another smoothie that is absolutely delicious is called ‘Nutters‘ (40k Idr/ 2.10 Gbp). If you are a real nutty lover like I am you will love this one! It’s made with almond milk, cacao, dates, cashews, coconut, ginseng, maca and flax seeds – healthy, yummy and a real treat!

 

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The Shady Shack

Best Avo Toast

 

The Avocado Factory

If you are an avocado lover then you have to try this ‘Avo hummus‘ (60k Idr/3.10 pounds) which consists of avocado hummus and an avocado rose served on a mixed seed sourdough topped with crunchy chickpeas, green peas and red radish. Whats originally a delicious and simple dish is made a little more interesting with a little twist to add some extra crunchiness and flavours.

 

Banana Flour Bakery

Banana Flour Bakery’s home made bread is definitely something special. This bread has been made using banana flour – its soft from the inside but has a crunchy crust. You can get a hint of the banana flavour but this does not become too overpowering. Its absolutely delicious and definitely the most special bread I have ever tasted. Order the avocado on toast and it will definitely make your morning! The smooth avocado is full of flavour and is a PERFECT match with the crunchy bread with a hint of banana!

 

 

Best Chia Jug

 

Satu Satu

At Satu Satu they serve a delicious Banana & Chia Jug made with a banana and papaya smoothie and topped with granola and shredded coconut. Its simple, tasty and has tropical flavours. Perfect for breakfast underneath the palms!

 

Crate Cafe

My fellow vegans, you’re in for a treat! Crate Cafe has the most exotic chia pods that you HAVE to try. Not only are they vibrant and super delicious, they are also extremely Instagram friendly! A big jug of chia pudding topped with a smoothie will overflow your jug leaving a delicious mess. Two must tries are the ‘Chia Boy‘ which is chocolate and coconut based (this is the most tasty one!) and the ‘BlueBS‘ is made with blue spirulina giving it the most awesome colour (the coolest looking one!).

 

 

Best Pancakes

 

Matcha cafe

If you are craving pancakes then look no further. These ‘Matcha Nutella Pancakes’ at Matcha Cafe are everything! They are gluten and dairy free but on request can also be made vegan. They are incredibly fluffy and full of flavour.

The pancakes are drizzled with home-made healthy ‘Nutella’ – the ‘Nutella’ is made purely from hazelnuts and cacao, which gives a beautiful, raw and chocolatey delight to your pancake. Add a little granola to your spoonful for some crunchiness creating the perfect combination. Its simply a plate made in heaven and it will make all your pancake dreams come true!

At Matcha Cafe they serve the best quality matcha so I also highly suggest you try a Matcha Latte to wash down your pancakes with!

 

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Matcha Cafe

 

Best salad

 

Motion cafe

For lunch a fresh salad in the Bali heat is always welcome! The salads they make at Motion Cafe are filling and full of flavours and textures. Two amazing salads are the ‘Vegan salad‘ (64k Idr/ 3.30 Gbp) and ‘Caramelised pumpkin‘ salad (70k Idr/ 3.60 Gbp). Both are the definition of tropical and the perfect meal!

 

Sprout

At Sprout you can create your own salad! On the menu you’ll find all kinds of delicious salads of which you can choose and combine with each other. Some of my favourites are the ‘couscous salad’ , ‘kale and chickpea falafel salad’, ‘lentil salad’ and the ‘raw veggie salad’.  Create your own plate and indulge yourself into its deliciousness! A mixed salad plate only costs 75 Idr (4 pounds) and you’ll find that its a great portion, perfect for lunch!

 

Betelnut cafe

At Betelnut Cafe they serve a salad called the ‘Veggie patch’  which is made with roasted pumpkin, beetroot, rucola, shallots, cashews and spinach. You can only imagine how many textures, flavours and colours make up the perfect summery salad. However, the ‘Raw Gado Gado‘ salad is also a must try. It consists of spinach, rucola, cabbage, tofu, tempe, carrot, coconut, cucumber, sprouts and tomato which is then topped off with a deliciously home-made peanut sauce. This is the ultimate Balinese salad, which is refreshing and bursting with flavours.

 

 

Best Balinese food

 

Dandelion

This restaurant isn’t only beautiful and unique, the food is also AMAZING. If you are wanting to take your date out, then this is the place to impress your loved one with a romantic dinner underneath the stars. They serve the most delicious authentic food which is comforting and full of deep flavours. Enjoy every mouth full while being in the most romantic atmosphere. You might even get to cuddle the restaurants bunny who hops around underneath the tables!

The two must tries are the ‘Nasi Goreng Tempe Tofu‘ and the ‘Kare Tempe Tofu‘. They are two plates which are full of flavours and spices, a real traditional Balinese meal. For dessert you have to order the pancakes filled with coconut. Its a traditional Balinese sweet, which honestly tastes like a little piece of heaven!

 

Varuna Warung

You sit down on one of the few tables and are accompanied by some dogs that lay around in the shadow. You make your way inside where you order your plate full of goodness. The women looks at you patiently as she waits for you to point at any of the bowls located in the big cabined. You point, and she will place more food on your plate than you ever thought would fit. The great thing is, this plate full of deliciousness is extremely cheap so you can really fill up your plate with endless combinations! An average full plate and a bottle of water will cost between 25.000 to 45.000 idr. Everything is extremely delicious and you really get to taste some authentic food.

 

Ulekan

Ulekan has an amazing atmosphere which is slightly classier than other restaurants in Canggu. However, the food they serve here is purely authentic and home-made. Every dish is full of deep flavours and you can really taste the pure Balinese spices – which make the food very comforting.

For starter the ‘Tahu Tek‘ is an amazing traditional meal, it consists of steamed vegetables with rice cake, Lombok tofu and crispy shallots topped with a peanut dressing. Then for main you have to try the ‘Nasi Goreng Jamur‘ and the ‘Kare Nangka’ which is a jackfruit coconut curry. Again a plate of deep flavours and unique textures.

 

Best burger

 

The Shady Shack

If you are vegan or not you want to get down and dirty while eating a burger. You want to be able to use your hands and have a little mayo dropping out from the back because only then you feel like you ate a real burger. Well people, this is the spot that serves the ultimate vegan burger. At The Shady Shack they serve the ‘Vegan cheeseburger‘ (90k Idr/4.60 GBP) which consists of a mushroom and eggplant patty topped with vegan feta cheese, fresh tomatoes, lettuce, pickles, vegan aioli, homemade tomato ketchup in a whole wheat bun. Cheese melts down your patty and it’s just full of flavour and textures, its simply amazing.

 

 

Best pasta

 

Bottega Italiana

Bottega Italiana is the cutest little Italian spot that makes a plate of pasta that will transport you straight to a small side street in Italy. Their pasta is home-made and the sauces are made with the best quality ingredients, which make every plate extremely rich with flavours. Here you will find an honest, fresh and unique plate of pasta, which is absolutely delicious! A favourite in the whole of Canggu.

 

La Baracca

At La Baracca they serve the most amazing home-made classic Italian meals. Two of my absolute favourite pasta’s are the home-made ‘Pasta Pomodoro’ and ‘Pasta all olio e gingero’. You can taste that the ‘Pasta Pomodoro’ is made fresh as the pasta sticks together and has an amazing flavour of itself. The tomato sauce is a bomb of flavour as its a thick, chunky and raw. Fresh basil is sprinkled on top and you’ve got yourself a plate made in heaven.

 

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La Baracca

Best pizza

 

La Baracca

At La Baracca they serve the ultimate vegan pizza with home-made vegan cheese, tomatoes and fresh basil. Its definitely the best vegan pizza in Canggu. The base is crunchy and thin, the tomatoes fresh and flavoursome and even the vegan cheese surprised me! It really does replicate dairy cheese and has a really tasty flavour to it. When drizzled with some olive oil and sprinkled with fresh basil it doesn’t only look pretty it also tasted absolutely amazing.

 

Milk & Madu

At Milk & Madu they make a pretty kick-ass pizza with many toppings. Its not your classic Italian pizza but definitely a must try! The best pizza’s are ‘Greenpeace’ (139k Idr, 7.60 pounds) and ‘Pumpkin pie’ (119k Idr, 6 pounds). On the menu these pizza’s are not vegan but simply ask and it will be made for you just how you like it!

The ‘Greenpeace’ pizza is topped with fresh tomato sauce, spinach, kale, olives, roasted red onion and garlic. The roasted red onion has a delicious caramelised flavour and the black olives have a strong taste and perfect texture. The garlic flavour combines itself with the spinach making all the flavours stand out but are complimenting each other at the same time.

The ‘Pumpkin pie’ pizza is topped with fresh tomato sauce, roasted pumpkin, roasted red onion and fresh rocket. The roasted pumpkin is deliciously soft and adding real texture to the crunchy pizza. The pizza base is thin and soft from the inside but extremely crunchy from the outside. Personally I prefer Napolitano pizza’s, which are thin and crispy – just like this one!

 

 

Vegan Ice Cream

 

Mad Pops

Mad Pops sells healthy vegan ice-cream made from locally sourced seasonal fruits and coconut milk. This delicious ice-cream does not contain any preservatives or additives and is all hand made! It’s the perfect treat on any day! Just pop in and get blown away by all the amazing flavours – you won’t believe they are vegan! Must tries are the flavours ‘Stracciatella’ (with a delicious creamy flavour and chunks of chocolate) , ‘Matcha’ and ‘Coconut Mint Chocolate Chip’.

 

Gelato Secrets

At Gelato Secrets they make the tastiest vegan ice-cream! They make their ice-cream from the best fruits, vegetables, spices and other natural ingredients that Bali has to offer.  They make everything 100% natural with fresh ingredients free from artificial flavourings, colourings and preservatives. On top of all this I can say that it also tastes absolutely amazing! Personally I’m totally in love with their coconut flavour but all flavours are so tasty its hard to choose!

 

 

 

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Vegan hazelnut chocolate cookie ice-cream sandwich

 

This is the ultimate treat that is so easy to make but oh so delicious! Especially in the summer it’s always fun to make a little bit of a naughty dessert and this one will always be one of my favourites! Grown ups will lick their lips and get stuck in just as much as the littles ones will do, no one will be able to resist!

 

Ingredients

Makes 6 cookies

  • 2 tablespoons almond butter
  • 4 tablespoons agave syrup
  • 4 tablespoons unsweetened cacao powder
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla powder
  • 4 tablespoons flower
  • pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 2 hands full of hazelnuts

 

Method

 

  1. First preheat your oven to 180c.
  2. Place the hazelnuts in a blender and pulse a few times until they are broken into small pieces – make sure you don’t blend them too much as you don’t want them to turn into powder.
  3. Combine the almond butter, agave syrup and coconut oil in a bowl and mix until it forms a smooth texture.
  4. Then add the flower, salt, vanilla powder and pieces of hazelnut and mix well until it forms a dough.
  5. Form 6 balls of the dough using your hands and place them evenly spread out on a sheet of baking paper.
  6. Then press them down to form the cookies.
  7. Place them in the oven for about 10-12 minutes.
  8. Once they are done let them cool down so they will become firm and you’ll be able to make a perfect ice-cream sandwich.
  9. In-between two cookies put a scoop of your favourite ice-cream. I like to make mine with home-made banana ice-cream. Press the top cookie down and you’ve got yourself the most delicious vegan ice-cream sandwich! Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

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5x Vegan Hotspots in Como, Italy

 

When you think of Italy you think of passion, pasta, the movie Eat Pray Love, espresso’s and of course gelato, lots and lots of gelato. You might think that it’s hard being vegan in Italy. But let me tell you, although I might get an occasional look from an old italian lady when I ask for soya milk in my coffee, it’s actually not hard at all. I fell in love with Como a long time ago and have discovered lots of amazing places over time where you can enjoy some amazing vegan food. These are a few of the hot spots that you have to check out when you next visit this beautiful town.

 

Ice cream

Let’s start with my obsession first, ice cream! My favorite spot for ice cream is hidden in one of the tiny streets on the lake called ‘Vanilla Bio’.

Vanilla Biois a small shop in which they only sell organic and vegan ice cream. All flavours are freshly homemade and absolutely delicious. It fulfills all your Italian gelato dreams and you won’t even feel guilty afterwards! Imagine a crispy cone with their best flavours, Coconut and Chocolate. So creamy, so flavourful and as they are based with coconut milk they don’t taste like a sorbet but actually like full creamy ice cream.

 

Pizza

There are many great spots to find a delicious pizza in Como, after all its Italy. However, it’s usually at the less beautiful places that you can find the best authentic food. One of those places which also happens to be my favorite spot is called ‘Pizzeria Da Benito.

Pizzeria Da Benito has the best vegan Neapolitan pizza. I always order the Marinara which is an ultimate classic. The pizza has a crispy crust, as you take a bite you can hear the crust break and white flower dust remains on your fingers. The tomato sauce is so rich, you can taste the freshness of each ingredient. And even though there is lots of sauce the bread remains crispy. It has the perfect balance of textures and flavours. For me this is THE spot for the ultimate pizza.

 

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Coffee

Como is beautiful and within it’s cosy streets you will find lots of amazing cafes. However, these are a few of my favourites. ‘Posta is a cafe which belongs to the hotel ‘Pasta Design Hotel‘ which is located in one of the main squares. It has a lovely terrace where you will overlook the square so you can sit down, enjoy the most amazing coffee and do some people watching.

My second favourite spot is called ‘Loft. If you want to enjoy a coffee with a view then this is THE place to go to. It has the most beautiful view overlooking the houses with the mountains in the background on one side and with a view over the church on the other. You can hear the church bells in the background as you sit in the sun enjoying the Italian lifestyle.
If you are looking for a very Italian type of cafe then you have to visit ‘Pane e Tulipani’. This cafe sells the most amazing espresso as well as beautiful flowers – it’s both a cafe and flower shop. It’s hidden in one of the small streets where you can sit outside on the terrace and watch people go by as you enjoy your espresso in the sun.

 

 

 

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The best vegan ice-cream on the lake in Como, Italy.

 

When you’re in Italy you can expect to be finding yourself stuffing your face with ice-cream, lets be honest here. My diet has consisted of espresso’s, pasta and ice-cream in the last few days and apart from going for that extra run I feel great! Being vegan in Italy has always been seen as a very difficult task. But that’s not always true. I have been going to Italy for quite a while and have found some amazing Italian meals that even I can order in a restaurant or cafe. Nevertheless, I have recently discovered an ice salon which is now one of my favourite spots in Como.

 

What I like

In a small side street you will find a spot named Vanilla BioVanilla Bio is an ice salon which only sells vegan and bio ice-cream. Two bubbly girls make you try all the flavours you want and make you even more indecisive as everything you taste is as good as the other. However, if you want to dulge in delight you have to try two of my favourite  flavours, ‘coconut’ and ‘chocolate’. They are both vegan and absolutely delicious. Imagine a crispy cone with the most creamiest and flavoursome ice-cream, all plant based.

When you visit Como you can’t miss out on this spot, and trust me you wont be returning just once.

 

Where to go

They are open everyday and the address is Via fontana 15 in Como, Italy.
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Mad for Mad Pops vegan ice-cream

 

On a sunny day in Bali who wouldn’t go crazy for some delicious ice-cream! It’s the ultimate holiday feeling to sit in the sun, feel the breeze and enjoy a refreshing home-made ice cream. However, for vegans like me its always a bit of a search to find the ultimate vegan ice-cream. But the hunt is finally over – because I have found a little piece of vegan ice-cream heaven!

 

 

Mad Pops sells healthy vegan ice-cream made from locally sourced seasonal fruits and coconut milk. This delicious ice-cream does not contain any preservatives or additives and is all hand made! It’s the perfect treat on any day! Just pop in and get blown away by all the amazing flavours – you won’t believe they are vegan!

 

 

What I love

I always have trouble choosing, however at Mad Pops I can stare at all the flavours for the longest of time. All the flavours are absolutely delicious and depending on my mood I will always have a different combination. Nevertheless, a must try is the ‘Stracciatella’ with a delicious creamy flavour and chunks of chocolate. Both ‘Matcha’ and ‘Coconut Mint Chocolate Chip’ are also a must try. They are so good – I still can’t believe its vegan!

Get your ice-cream served in a vegan cone and topped of with one of many delicious toppings such as nuts, sprinkles or Oreo crumbles – a treat that has blessed us all by being fully vegan!

 

 

Where to go

Mad Pops ice-cream shop currently has two locations in Seminyak and Canggu and is open everyday from 11am – 10pm. 

Its the perfect place for your guilty pleasures that you actually don’t have to feel guilty about! Im sure you’ll fall in love with every bite just as much as I did! Buon Appetito!🍦

 

 

 

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Why we should all drink Matcha and never miss a sunset in Bali

Don’t we just all love waking up on Sunday mornings. Whether its a rainy day and you cuddle up a little more into your warm and comfortable bed sheets, or when the sun is shining and you take a big stretch while enjoying the view out of your window.

Today I started my Sunday with a nice stretch and a delicious breakfast overlooking the beautiful rice fields of Bali at one of my favourite cafes named Matcha Cafe. I love to go here in the morning and get one of their amazing matcha lattes. I find it to be the best energy source on an early morning and it actually gives you more energy than coffee does. (Don’t get me wrong, I am still a coffee addict. But I am a matcha addict too!)

Matcha is filled with antioxidants, in-fact it has seven times that of dark chocolate and sixty times that of spinach! It is also known to be an anti-ager, lowers LDL ‘bad’ cholesterol, supports weight loss, it detoxifies and its very high in fiber which stabilises blood sugar levels. It also consists of amino acid L-theanine, which combined with the naturel caffeine found in the powder creates a slow release of energy over the next 3-6 hours after consuming – unlike coffee which releases energy in more of kick form leaving you feel energised for about 1-1.30 hours.

So on days like today I love giving my body some good energy before hitting the gym!

To built up my energy I enjoyed a ‘Acai Boost Matcha Smoothie Bowl’ with on the side a Matcha Latte with almond milk. Giving me a satisfied feeling full of healthy nutrients that are slowly releasing energy making me ready for another kick-ass day!

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Matcha latte with almond milk – Matcha Cafe, Canggu Bali
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Acai Boost Smoothie Bowl- Matcha Cafe, Canggu Bali

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When you will visit Bali you will see and experience many beautiful things. But there is one thing you will always have to remember. Never miss a sunset. Every sunset in Bali is more beautiful, colourful and breathtaking than the other. Enjoy an evening surf or just sit on the sand waiting for the sky to turn even more pink and for the sun to drown into the sea. I will never get used to its beauty.

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From the beach we made our way to get a well deserved vegan pizza! But make sure not to get too distracted by the smell of fresh pizza as you might have to stop for a family of cows to cross over the road! Isn’t this what makes life in Bali so beautiful? People don’t stop and shout for the cows to move, people actually stop and let them take their time to move across the road safely. Its what makes life so much more peaceful and respectful. This is one of many reasons why I love Bali. No stress, no worries but respect and happiness.

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After all its Sunday-funday right? So whats a better way to end the day with a delicious vegan pizza Marinara and to finish of with one of my favourite vegan ice-creams in Canggu! At Old Man’s you find THE most delicious sorbet ice-cream, which include surprising and vibrant flavours! My favourites? Coconut Pandan and Mango – which is by the way the most amazing combination! Definitely a must try for when you book your own ticket to Bali!

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Gelato Secrets – Old Man’s, Canggu Bali

 

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