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... 8211; Tuesday 11 August
Spending the first day in Bali was an experience. I checked into my hotel at The Jayakarta Hotel in Seminyak and was warmly welcomed by the local people. They had offered me a mocktail on arrival. My room was clean, luxurious and villa-like. I unpacked everything, went down to the beach and as soon as I sat down, I got bombarded with beach sales. Everything from a case of watches to ice cream, jewellery, sarongs, sunglasses, antiques as well as massages! I ...
... in on a seat. This was truly an amazing experience, being so close and personal with the elephants allowed us to see how special these animals really are. During our stay we saw a few of the many temples in Bali, we where so impressed by the beautiful details in all the buildings and stone work. Tanah Lot temple, right next to where we stayed, offered stunning sunset views. This temple was built on a rock out crop that is ...
... an ancient magic, long forgotten by the realms of men. The trees seemed to whisper secrets to one another and I suspected they mocked us. I remained alert, searching for any sign of Chesire cats or Ents, but there was nothing. After two hours of wandering along the same paths we decided the time had come to take our leave. We had planned to make for Sepilok, an area of dense rainforest and home to the famous Orangutang sanctuary.
Our time in Borneo was short, so we made ...
Woke a little earlier this morning and showered and had breakfast ready to be picked up for 9am. Today we are off to Candi Dasa for lunch and Tirtagangga water palace. I also want to see the salt panning.
Dewa is right on time, early actually, so off we go. I ask to head over the toll road again as it is so much quicker.
1 1/2 hours later we arrive at the salt panning. We pass the bat cave but none of us are very interested in them. We stop and walk down ...
Most people who go to Darwin also go to Bali for a short trip because flights from Darwin airport are so cheap! A return flight cost me $300 (150 pounds) and hostels there cost about $7 a night and are really, really nice compared to the ones I'd stayed in in Australia.
Kuta is the Aussie version of Magaluff or Malia for Brits. It's where everyone goes for school holidays or to go and party for a week or ...