The Legian Bali - A GHM Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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We woke up the next morning feeling refreshed after a good nights sleep. We were ready to start our second day feeling well rested and with an open mind. Kristen was already off to a better start after having a full American breakfast with eggs and toast! I imagine this will be one of the few times over the next few months in Asia that Kristen will get her daily eggies! First off the heat here is so much different than the heat in Australia or back home. It is soooooo humid. ...
Not a bad sleep in my double bed with en suit! Had complementary breakfast too (win) it's the start of my new diet, I had god knows what for dinner, some kind of chicken thing which was insanely spicy for 8am with some noodles and veg accompanied by egg rice and a helping of watermelon. Got some bits I needed and went to hire a scooter (moped) to get around Bali with. Now they drive like absolute lunatics here, no ...
... taxi for us to Echo Beach and when it was repaired he would pick us up. Worked for us! So we had an interesting drive – takes about 20 minutes – through a lot of fields of barley crops, with a single lane causeway to be negotiated. One great sight was a couple on a scooter drive with their dog lying across the foot well – quite comfortable and relaxed!
We had a wander round the area – chatting to a young Italian man working in one of ...
... departure. Kuta is a popular and known notorious spot on Bali, but it is by no means the 'real' Bali. We decided to spend our last 4 days of Indonesia in Ubud. Made famous by the unfulfilled over-30 female sensation, "Eat Pray Love", it is easy to spot all the shops geared towards tourism, but they are by no means tacky. Yoga and well being are a-plenty in Ubud (pronounced U-bood), and whilst the Main Street was busy, all the streets off from it were quiet and provided a glimpse ...
... on the outskirts of Ubud. A couple was staying upstairs, but, for all intents and purposes, I had a beautiful villa in Ubud to myself. Having a quiet space, a pool and gorgeous surrounds was like a balm to my sore and sorry soul. I spent time getting massages, reading, swimming and wandering into Ubud on a couple of occasions. I got to cook again and really enjoyed the opportunity to make food using lovely tropical fruits and vegetables. The local family who cleaned ...