Adhi Jaya Sunset Hotel
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... on the sand before cooling off in the sea for the sunset. I finished the evening with a cold iced lemon tea listening to live music in a local bar.
Kuta was great for surfing and jumping waves but not much good for swimming and snorkelling so I decided to buy a ticket to Lovina up in the north of Bali for the following day. I spent the morning reading on the beach and cooling off in the sea before hiring a moto driver for a few hours. Firstly he took me to a temple at Uluwatu, ...
... on her back just right and when he got going with the gun, left them to it. I went for a body massage and it was the best one I've ever had. Just perfection, I came out so utterly relaxed and loose and glided into see Natalie in her grips of pain. It was good timing, an hours work and it was coming to completion. It was amazing, so pretty and expertly done. An ode to her travels, a compass surrounded by symbols of the countries ...
So with one sleep till take off I decided to make the most of my day starting off with a decent breakie:):) not nearly as good as mormors strawberry jam but definetly better than chicken porridge for breakie haha I then lay by the pool for a while and went for a swim and ended up in an unofficial race with a chinese man haha. I let him win so he didnt feel so bad being beaten by a karate champ in the pool haha I then went ...
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Kuta Beach is Bali's answer, I would say, to maybe Hawaii's Oahu, or Australia's Sunshine Coast, or India's Goa, or any number of world famous beach resort areas. Although our preference is decidedly for more isolated, natural beaches, we did enjoy some moments of Kuta beach culture. One fun experience we had while en route to the beach involved each of us getting pleasantly dragged into a ...
... bamboo hats, bent over whipping away at their livelihood whilst others lazed under the shade of a palm. In the distance a mountain disappeared into the haze of cloud. Driving higher and higher it was a welcomed relief to feel the cool air caress our sunburnt arms. Not to mention my neck which in the following days would peel like an onion. The temples themselves were nice. I remember visiting Tanah Lot when I was a kid and thinking it was the most amazing thing ...