The Kunja Hotel
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Having survived the Indonesian roads, we made it back to the South of the island Tuesday afternoon to Seminyak, just up the beach from the infamous tourist and clubbing spot, Kuta. Annabel being the trendy lady that she is, suggested staying in Seminyak as here is more up-market with nicer, but affordable restaurants and bars...well she was right! Of course it wasn't as unspoilt as you'd think with local people approaching you on the beach ...
... of water pushing in and it was kind of a struggle without the full use of both arms. After more lounging I mustered the strength to make my way up the stairs and back to Bobby's.
I found out that Matt and Frida would be arriving later that night. I bumped into Jack Graham, another friend from home (quite a few Outer Bankers out here at the moment), who happened to be staying in the room right next to mine. We caught up for a bit, I met his friend Hannah, we all ...
... were playing Cilia Cruz!
The afternoon was spent riding the waves boogieboarding, and later laughing our hearts out as we donned the brightest, most obnoxious ponchos we could find to explore the city of Seminyak in the pouring rain. It was so much fun! Zeal and I were the only two people out walking the streets, everyone else ran to find shelter. They didn't know what they ...
... doesn’t smile and does a lot of hair flicking, and
as annoying as he is, I am
enjoying watching him.
Really, this is just
heaven for young sun lovers. The
girls are stunning in their tiny bikinis and the guys all look incredibly fit
and healthy. Everyone seems pretty
health conscious with a lot of juices and healthy food being consumed.
Tonight I met up with some long ...
... to a small coffee plantation, where we guided around and then had the opportunity to try about 12 different types of coffee. We managed to escape without spending any money, although it was a close call, by this point we'd had enough and it was time to be dropped to the hotel. Unfortunately the hotel let us down a bit, we had booked through booking.com but despite having booked 3 nights the room was only available for 2! Along with this problem, the safe ...