Adirama Beach Hotel
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... who are honking just letting people in cars know that they are there. At home, people who are honking are angry.
We also saw some different things including a man who brings his ducks to the rice fields to fatten them to create eggs and then he will sell the eggs. In our villa, there are many pieces of Balinese art. I really like one mask by my bedroom. Also, geckos get inside the house, but we are getting used to them now. There is one who ...
... the falls. The base of the falls was quite dark and almost in a cave but you could see the canopy of trees and the sky above when you looked to the top. Once we finished swimming we headed back to the van and Wayan drove us the final distance north to Lovina. We stopped on the side of the road and he asked us to give him a moment and he disappeared briefly...only to return with two mangoes peeled and cut up in a plastic bag! Sure a sweet thing to do for us since we ...
... 6am, I hear birds chirping and other noises of creatures that I have no clue what they are...not sure if I want to know either... I dived twice and I must say, they have the most beautiful reef I have ever seen. I guess it makes a difference to be protected as a national park. The corals are stunning. They are not chipped or broken off like they are in southern Bali. And there is abundance of corals. Just ...
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 ...
Kopi Luwak Coffee is also referred to on Bali lovingly (?) as Mongoose poop coffee, as it is processed through a mongoose. Apparently, it is rare and may just be the world's most expensive coffee. I tried it today. Meh. But it's for real. I **** you not. Google it! After the very lively visitor energy in Phuket and Ubud, the visit to Bali's mellow northwest side of the island (3.5 hour scenic wonder--see pix...will have to post the ...