Expats who live in Indonesia are likely familiar with the term bule, meaning a foreigner of light hair and eye colour and pale skin. Local vendors expect bule to be rich and so raise prices higher than standard. Every one of your senses is bombarded with at least three things they have never experienced before—smells of flesh and fermentation and fermented flesh, and fruits bleeding neon-purple, the thwack of cleavers cracking chicken bones, a bitter taste of smoke. My Balinization will begin. This is common across Indonesia, but particularly in tourist hotspots like Bali. A Bule in Bali: They are shuttled to waterfalls and hiking spots.