Bali Court Hotel and Apartments
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... deja vu, as we had been here before. We knew where all the shops were. We wondered around and exchanged the rest of our ringit into US dollars (for the visa) and the rest onto Indonesia rupees. A couple more shops and then we headed to the gate. The flight was brief and it wasn't long till we arrived at Denpasar airport. It was dark and getting late. We didn't have long in Bali so every minute mattered, so we grabbed a cab and headed for our home for the next few days. The journey ...
... we chose to stay in the main "hubbub" of Legian, about midway between Kuta and Seminyak and really enjoyed it. At the end of the day Bali is Bali but there were some noticeable changes from our previous visits. New airport was operational, beach seemed cleaner, less dogs strolling the streets/beach, footpaths around Kuta were less like minefields, less hawkers on the streets etc.
But there were many things that hadn't changed. Balinese people were still very ...
... about 800 people living there. He told us all about the village life, the history and the rituals and traditions. Cockfighting seems to be very popular in Bali and is one of their main events, one cock has to die and will then be eaten for dinner. The village has a pink cock, which was dyed as a joke... Poor thing :( we also saw the batik and silk/cotton materials that had been made in the village and basket bags and boxes, some really lovely ...
... small island floating on the sea. The function of the temple can be derived from the function of the main temple building. The main temple, a 5-storeyed construction, is used to worship the god in form of Dewa Baruna or Bhatara Segara, the sea power. The 3-storeyed temple in north part of this area was erected to worship to Dang Hyang Nirartha.
As a favorite tourism destination in Bali, Tanah Lot owns a magnificent view in particular at the sunset time. Unluckily we ...
... other people swerving in and out of lanes all around.
When we arrived at the Uluwatu Temple, our driver led us to the admission gate where we were given sarongs to borrow during our visit and bought a bag of bananas to feed the wild monkeys that live in the forest around the temple. The monkeys did not seem hungry on our way in and we were starting to regret our choice to pay $2 for the bananas. We did however get to see a playful monkey steal a flip flop ...