Bali Court Hotel and Apartments
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... how cold it felt. Having just spent 6 months in a balmy 30C, stepping off the plane into a brisk 12C Spring morn was a a bit of a climate shock. We blew into the air expecting to see the smoke of our chilled breath but were disappointed to see none. It wasn't that cold, we were just ill prepared. Stepping off the plane in shorts and a T-shirt may have been a little too optimistic. We hadn't packed at all for UK style weather and so we spent our first day in Tokyo shopping ...
... in Seminyak, but in reality we barely left the hotel other than for some quality dining out and a brief walk along the local beach, instead opting to spend our time in and around the hotel pool. Ubud in contrast to Seminyak is much further inland, with our hotel situated in a deep valley surrounded by a dense green, palm-filled rainforest. Our balcony not only afforded views of the rainforest, but also the occasional local carrying coconuts in a basket balanced on their head ...
... to the park. We actually had a lot of fun. Not quite as good as the one we had gone to in Duabi but still really good, and a good way to end our trip in Bali. There were lots of rides, some scary and some not so scary. Our favourites being the boomerang, the climax and the lazy rapids. After a great and wet afternoon, we headed back to get ready and go out for our last meal. We jumped into a taxi, which turned out to be perfect timing as it started to rain a little. After ...
This morning we went to the up2u surf school and booked our lesson for the following day. Then we got a taxi to waterbom park with a nice Indonesian man called Harry. We started on one of the new rides called the Python, you sit down in a 4 sided blow up dingy and then you get pushed over the ledge into pitch black before being spat out into a small pool at maximum speed. For lunch we had pizza it was glorious, then we ...
... was no feeling of the 'real' Bali that we'd experienced during our road trip around the south. We've learnt some very important lessons from all our driving excursions on the trip to date, but a main one is that traffic lights don't mean a thing in SE Asia, they are only there for show. Another is that cars toot their horns for no reason whatsoever, I think it's the equivalent of us changing radio stations whilst driving, they have to be doing something with their hands ...