Adirama Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... just retracing and going the way we knew would lead us back. Fortunately, a wrinkly old rice farmer pointed us in the right direction. We still got kind of lost again, but we managed to find out way out.
After the waterfalls, we went in search of Hot Springs in a town called Banjar. We got lost doing this, as well. Somehow, we managed to stumble down the right road and found it. It was less of a "Hot" Spring and more of a "Warm, Filthy, Sulfurous" Spring. The locals looked to ...
Bali is too popular.
Although the echelon of high school achievement, mass attention is destroying the island.
Above the tallest palm tree lies a spiritual world. The Balinese government has officially put a number on this height at 15 meters. No building is to exceed this limit and as a result, urban areas are sprawling across countrysides.
Beauty drives tourism, tourism destroys beauty, a catch ...
... br> offered, while every family compound and temple looks amazing with ornaments. Believed to be the ascendent day of ancestral holy spirits and Deities back to heaven.
During our dives we saw quite a lot of octopus including coconut octopus - they live in a coconut shell - see for yourself.
After 2 hours of sleep we were picked up from the hotel at 1am and bundled into a mini bus picking up various other travellers on route to mount Batur, one of Bali's famous volcanos. We arrived in the dark and were each handed torches and introduced to our guides, and after doing a quick head count we set off into the darkness. The walk to the bottom of the volcano had eerie vibes to say the least, as we shone our torches trough the high rising corn ...
Having completed our Advanced scuba diver qualifications, extended our stay by a day and spent nights in a row out on the tiles til 5am we felt it was time to leave the tropical paradise of the Gillis behind. We did manage to fit in a bike ride round the island (all the way around in 40 minutes) and drinks watching the sunset behind volcanic Lombok before boarded our speedboat though.
Back in Bali we made our way to Ubud, a ...