Losmen Cempaka

Poppies Lane II - Legian St Br. Pengabetan, Kuta, Bali, 80361, Indonesia | B&B
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This B&B, located on Poppies Lane II - Legian St Br. Pengabetan, Kuta, is near Waterbom, Elephant Safari Park, Legian Beach, and Banjar Hot Springs (Air Panans Banjar).
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Travel Blogs from Kuta

Legian

A travel blog entry by julsnjust on Jun 30, 2014

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... is a flashy new resort with a huge pool area with music pumping, models everywhere - it looked like a Hollywood movie. Out on the beach there are some rustic and funky warungs to drink and eat at - one was a 2 story straw hut and was full of people which looks like a nice place.

Justin had a really bad day while in Kuta - in the morning he broke his sunnies and later his havianas had a blow out and he had to walk all the way home barefoot with me ...

First few days of Bali

A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on Apr 12, 2014

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... with Kate and left Sophie, Gilbert and I to locate some food for dinner and eat Gilbert some Malaria tablets. The latter was easy enough and she got a right bargain, finding fruit was a but more challenging. We had a bit of a dicey cycle home 'I think it's this way' came back into play but thankfully this time I was right. Cycling in pith black when we don't know where you are going isn't much fun though. When we got back we went to the gym as our hotel has got the only gym on the ...

Eastern(ish) Girl and a Western Boy...

A travel blog entry by thereisnoplan on Mar 29, 2014

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... gaps, we progressed along the main road towards Sukawati. The streets were lined with various shops and stalls, amongst them the most popular were stone carvings of deities and intricately carved wooden panels and outdoor furniture. These were interspersed with street food stalls, mini markets, gas stations and tiny places which appeared to be moped mechanics.

I lost count of the number of near misses involving our cab and various other vehicles. I looked at Nay several ...

Animals galore

A travel blog entry by sjoyce007 on Dec 18, 2013

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... br> The days nearly over but there's time to stop at the elephant cave. I've not seen any mention of it in any brochures but the site was rediscovered in the 20th century. It's an impressive dugout that was a washing and praying site before Hinduism and Buddhism were split. Ketut tells me there is now only shopping and restaurants left open so I elect to return to my hotel and a room service burger. On the way Ketut explains ...

Positive truths.

A travel blog entry by h.m.h on Oct 25, 2013

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... speaking level and there reality. It’s still working for them yet media now attacking it only knot it. The eye reflects and sees Communities/towns supporting others within the communities, the art of simple giving, karmic beliefs and behaviors still practiced, witnessing the outer limbs of wars, western beliefs coming into the east and challenging the communities to improve yet some creating too fast and causing economic distress within the state. Inequality ...