The semester break has started and most students are traveling within Indonesia or in Southeast-Asia. On the first days I did a volcano trekking tour to mount Batur. This is the smalles volcano in Bali with 1800 m. We started at 1 a.m. at night by minibus. They picked us up at two different locations and after 2 hours we arrived at the starting point. We met two student tour guides, which did the tour with us. We were 8 people and everyone paid 330 k IDR. The trekking tour is not too difficult even for people who do not really like trekking. The first 90 minutes were quite ok, but the last 30 min are bit more difficult, especially the last part to the top is windy and steep. Not everyone walked the last part, but it was nice. We did not make it to the top when the sunrise started, because it happened really fast, but it still looked quite nice. We could see the bigger volcano, Agung with a lake in front. On the way back we met many monkey, which stole some crackers out of the pockets. I would recommend everyone to bring goo trekking shoes or comfortable sneakers, because the way back is bit slippery. The drive back takes much longer because of the traffic, so I arrived home at 3 p.m and was really tired and hungry. On the way back we stopped at a coffee place that produce the famous “cat-coffee”. The view above the rice fields was really nice and the coffee good, but we were to tired to stay long. I also went to a fish restaurant in Jimbaran for a birthday dinner. The place was really crowded and bit expensive, because we did not get too much for the money. 160 k for small peaces of different fish and one potato each and salad we had to share. I would recommend to visit the fish market in Jimbaran, if you want to get more fish for less money and you can choose directly. But for the sunset and special occasions is a beach restaurant nice.