Sekuta Condo Suites
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... in another. She was also cutting up some fresh veggies and chillies to make a fresh sambal or two or three. There was no actual mealtime. Family members just stopped by the kitchen any time they got hungry to grab some food.
Yuda pointed out that 60 - 70 percent of the people from Bali live this way, no TV, no Internet and even no electricity.even wealthy people like this family. We later saw an artist family house and gallery ...
... with anyone until we arrived and checked in to the hostel and I brushed my teeth. The problem at Bali airport came with getting a taxi. You read about people ripping you off and not knowing who is legit or not so we followed advice by lonely planet and walked pretty much on to the highway outside the main airport area and flagged a bluebird taxi which then took us over half an hour to our hotel for under £2.50! Our air con wasn't working so we ended up having to ...
... by a dengue-infected mosquito in Malaysia (not my fault) I resisted reaching out to the monkeys. But we did get to see them up close, and there were lots of baby monkeys - too cute!
Campuhan Ridge Walk. This was great. A 20 minute walk through town brought us to the start of Campuhan Ridge, a not too difficult trek along a well-designed path through fields with ...
... but this name is rarely used. Once the sun goes down, Kuta is the rough and ready party zone of Bali, even after the tragic events of 2002, the Bali bombings.
As for us seeing the sun set, we got to miss it ten minutes before it should have occurred, due to big black rain clouds rolling in and covering it up, haha..Poor Teresa was poised with her camera, trying to get a few shots in whilst being pestered by a vendor trying to sell her a cheap dress, haha...
... monkey forest We had the most amazing day visiting Bali's most popular temples and taking pictures of the most breathtaking views! The tea and coffee tasting was insane as it was all home grown and there was a wide variety of flavours- our favourite tea was the lemongrass tea and I even liked the coconut coffee (I'm not normally a coffee drinker but this was good stuff). We saw the beautiful rice fields in the ...