Tirta Arum Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We arrived in Ubud after a super-scary car ride from Amed with Delli, the owner of Dillons, and his diminutive cousin (who had some emergency shopping to do, and seemed totally unfazed by the 6 hour drive there and back). The place we are heading is (I now know) called "Oobood" and not "Youbud" as I've been calling it, and is the cultural Mecca for all things Balinese (and quite a few things that aren't).
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... beautiful temples to either side. It was striking, and we instantly regretted not coming later in the day for sunset, when the views were sure to be gorgeous.
As well as the picturesque temples, Tanah Lot is the site of holy caves, some with ominous names like 'Snake Cave'. We were welcome to explore them, but opted out of that particular jaunt, for fairly obvious reasons. Instead, we admired the views of the cliff temples, and the coastline, as we had remarkable views ...
... led by our guide Kob, we set off from the meet point at 4 Kob said sunrise was at 615 so 2 hours to the top, about 30 minutes in on the mild uphill section the Indian decided he couldn't keep up with the pace, what followed was a short meeting where Kob said that we wouldn't reach the top in time with the Indian, this meant the wolf pack was then 3 me, Hans and Kob, about an hour later the trail started to get very steep, it was more like scrambling, by 6 ...
... relieved at the level of luxury we were in for. Everything is so nice in Bali. You can immediately recognise it as a honeymoon destination because of the elegant room options and comfort, even if you're on a budget.
We spent most of our time on Lembongan taking walks along the waterfront and watching beautiful sunsets. From a restaurant that soon became a favourite of ours, we had a wonderful view right across to Bali, including the harbour full of ...
... versucht das Zentrum und den Norden der Insel zu erkunden. Dazu haben wir uns einen Scooter ausgeliehen, welcher hier schon für 3 Euro am Tag zu haben ist. Das Straßennetz auf Bali ist recht licht gestaltet, wodurch für eigentlich recht geringe Entfernungen meist große Umwege gefahren werden müssen. Insgesamt haben wir drei Ganztagesausflüge gemacht. Der Erste hat uns in Richtung Norden nach Bedugul verschlagen. Durch unsere nicht vorhandene Ortskenntnis ...