The Studio One at Nusa Dua
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Travel Blogs from Bali
... we didn’t realise was how far we would be away from literally everything else. The place was in the middle of nowhere. Not just the middle of nowhere though, it was as if we wanted to visit London and we had booked a hostel in Peckham. Even the street dogs, something we have both become accustomed to, were of a terrifying standard. In fact this is the best judge of any inhabited area in my mind; if Sarah – a woman of boundless forgiveness and ...
... done before. Originally the woman told me everything I was buying was 200,000 IRD but I got it down to 150,000 IRD, so I think that with everything I got it was a good price (I'm not actually sure but it seems cheap to me). Once we were done shopping we went back to the hostel to check out and go to the airport because we wanted to be sure to account for traffic.
Overall it was an amazing weekend in Bali. I had so many new experiences and I really hope that one day I can go back. ...
... partying and drinking I headed home. Once home Adam was still up and we decided to have a chat. We went deep into society and politics and Adam proved to be most interested. From someone who was apple pie and actually would have a tear trickle down his eye every time the American national anthem was played! Had now turned into a man who had lost complete faith and had total disdain for his country. He was actually a former marine, who went in on the first ...
... picks them up at the end of the day so there are offerings with fresh flowers and others weeks old in the gutters. When you see the piles of trash ready for burning or just randomly there, you see hundreds of forgotten expired offerings certainly already replaced by new ones. We make our way towards Patangbai after a remarkable journey out of the slums and highly trafficked city. We stop at a very local area along the sea which is clearly a stopping point of ...
... call it Bali brain, but I call it diving into the waves of the spirituality of the island of the Gods.
My experiences this week are not connected to days, they just melted into one perfect circle of relaxation (for the record I did not take any drugs writing this nor did I take any while being on Bali). So here they are, unordered, unrefined, just pure as they came.
Sitting on a beach with your hand in the black sand and watching ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking