I love murals and street art. If you like murals or have a mural you'd like to post, this meme is for you. Just follow the Linky steps below. Once you start looking you will find murals everywhere. The "Monday Mural" meme goes live on Monday at 12,01AM, Perth,Western Australian time. Be sure to link back to this blog and visit your fellow posters. Looking forward to your mural finds this week. Thanks Sami.
Mural seen on the walls of a coffee shop - "Rococo Warung" in Ubud (Jl Raya Ubud nr. 26). It was painted over a gold background.
|Can you spot the gecko?|
...on the cold and snowy day, these tropical murals look great. Thanks for hosting and I hope that your trip is going well.ReplyDelete
Ganesha and birds — fantastic images for a mural! These are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Question: do you need to rent a car when you go to Bali? How do you find places to stay? Maybe we will go there some day.
Thanks for hosting Monday Murals.
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Hi Mae. We found iur accommodation through airbnb and booking.com. For our first stay in Seminyak I asked the host if he could recommend a driver to pick us up from the airport. Eventually we needed 2 drivers as my daughter was arriving 2h later than us and that driver got a friend to pick them up. He then was also the one that took us to Ubud and drove us around. They tend to communicate via WhatsApp.Delete
I wouldn't recommend you drive in Bali at all, traffic is chaotic, roads are narrow, it can be quite hair-raising with motorbikes weaving between cars, kids and dogs on the verge of the roads... The Balinese seem to have loads of patience to drive in those conditions, so better leave the driving to them.
Thanks, Sami! We are really thinking about a trip there. It’s MUCH further from the US.Delete
I especially like the toucan and the parrot, but the Ganesha was quite impressive, too. These murals feel so very "local."ReplyDelete
I am not sure what happened, but it took over 30 minutes to load my image today. Eventually, I had to get it off my computer because the web image wouldn't load.
I love that delicate artwork you shared today, Sami.ReplyDelete
They are pretty and colourful, I particularly like the bird.ReplyDelete
Um belo mural.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom Domingo.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Ah, the Hindu influence. Some of the birds are very well painted.ReplyDelete
It's surprising that they have chosen birds on Central and South America when they have so many attractive species of their own.ReplyDelete
I did see the gecko and I love the toucan.ReplyDelete
Bali is providing you with lots of murals. They show the vibrant culture.ReplyDelete
I thought I saw the gecko, but I am glad you provided the close-up to confirm it! Thanks for hosting Monday Murals - this is my first time linking up!ReplyDelete
O bichinho queria ser fotografado :))ReplyDelete
Amazing murals , Lord Ganesh, Beautiful birds.ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for hosting. Have a nice week ahead.
Oh, those are very beautiful! And the gecko is cute :-)ReplyDelete
These murals reflect the richness of the land. Lovely Bali finds! :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for hosting, Sami.
Have a good week. :)
Beautiful and colourful drawn murals. Thank you, Sami for hosting.ReplyDelete
Very nice murals you found there!ReplyDelete
Great murals again. Must admit I didn't really post a mural today but I thought oh well it's still a colorful world.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous Murals Sami! Ganesha and the Toucan are my favorites in this set 🙂. My entry here - https://flightsofthesoul.wordpress.com/2023/03/13/musical-mural/ReplyDelete
I love the tropical feel of these colourful muralsReplyDelete
The painting is very delicate. These are lovely.ReplyDelete
Loved the toucans (and the little gecko)!ReplyDelete
Oh, sweet the gecko, dear Sami! What amazes me, however, are the toucans in a Balinese restaurant - I think they only occur on the American continent, but not in Asia... But maybe it has something to do with the American coffee theme, after all, the murals are there yes in a coffee shop...(?)ReplyDelete
All the best - Traude❤️
They must be lovely in real life with that gold background.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work on these.ReplyDelete
I got a kick out of seeing that little gecko.ReplyDelete
Thanks to everyone that participated and commented. It takes me ages to visit and reply to all on my mobile (cell phone), so I won't be giving everyone an individual reply. Sorry I wasn't able to comment on Linda's and Marianne 's blog, but somehow their blogs request I sign in to google, but I'm signed in for other blogs, so can't figure out what else to do.ReplyDelete