A Canadian expat that has been living abroad in Asia since 2003, Carrie began her career with Reach To Teach Recruiting in 2006 as an ESL teacher in Taiwan. Today, she and her husband are co-owners of Reach To Teach. In her free time, Carrie works as a freelance travel writer and photographer, providing regular content to several publishing companies and travel publications in Asia and North America. She writes about her personal travel adventures on Travel Asia – My Several Worlds. Follow Carrie on Google+ or on Twitter @globetrotteri.

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9 responses to “Balinese Dance – An Ancient Tradition on the Island of the Gods”

  1. adi kharisma

    Hi, Carrie,
    Nice to read your article and I am proud of you who write about Bali, where actually you live in taiwan? I am going to visit taiwan this year and looking eco tourism site in the country side

  2. Sandy

    Hi Carrie,
    I’m a resident of Toronto and I have visited Bali twice . It’s really true that traditional dances on the island of gods at night are both fascinating and thought provoking. I have truly loved reading your experiences.

  3. Kristin of Be My Travel Muse

    Beautiful :)

  4. Ruth

    Nice article. I like this type of writing that goes deep into the culture of a country or place. I learned many new things. Thanks!

  5. Sha

    Gorgeous! Love the last pic :)

  6. Insurance Hunter

    Learning about the culture of the places you visit is something that all travelers need to do. These dances remind me of the traditional Polynesian dances that are performed by other islands such as New Zealand, Samoa, and Hawaii. Great pics!

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