The Kunja Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
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... for a few pound (it's nuts now in Australia that we even thought that was pricey at the time!), they also did the best grilled pineapple with palm sugar for pudding, at an extortionate 50p a bowl.
Amed was our next destination in Bali, we stayed at another home stay (Bali Sari Homestay) which was also lovely, they were even kind enough to drive Dan to the nearest ATM which turned out to be 5km away. Amed is the top dive location in Bali, and the one street town is ...
... a coconut from a little guy who chops off the top so you can drink the juice, then will chop it some more so you can scoop out the coconut. It's good, but would be even better if he also sold coffee. Afterwards I wandered around Ubud for a bit - got lost some more - then headed back to the oasis that is the AniniRaka, completely happy with my decision to pay a little more for lodging. ...
... on that seat today was so painful! Still beautiful. Driving around through rice fields and a gorgeous temple on the watwe. We also went to the bali zoo where I go to feed an elephant! Amazing but long day. We eneded up sitting on the beach and watching tues sunset beautiful. I also got a shoulder massage from a local woman. I ended up ...
... are generally the terms I hear when I mention the place but to me it's still an amazing place to visit. Yes it's more popular now than ever but it still has that lovely slow beat that plays out wherever you go with some of the warmest people I have ever had the pleasure to meet.
My 4 weeks there were totally dedicated to relaxing and enjoying life. After a week in Sanur I headed to Lembongan for 10 days and bumbled about like a beach bum. Pretty much every ...
... surprised as we had expected a tourist conveyor belt complete with aggressive monkeys. In reality it was fairly chilled and the monkeys were loving it. Not much time had passed before we became a bit cocky and were letting them climb all over us. Sophie was mugged by a particularly arrogant monkey who stole her earring and proceeded to eat it- you know, classic monkey stuff... Next stop Sanur (nicknamed Snore which doesnt bode well) to get the boat to Nusa Lembongan in the ...