Adirama Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... watching started epically good and became a bit disturbing. I dread to think what high season is like. I was considering swimming with dolphins in a sea enclosure but I can't endorse a practise which involves intelligent mammals caged up for no conservation reason or money raised for conservation. Plus I'd like to swim with wild dolphins anyway. After dolphin watching the rest of our time in Lovina was devoted to pinacoladas in nice ...
... afternoon was filled with whitewater rafting. Although we spent a lot of time getting ourselves unstuck from the rocks (we are three rather large people in comparison to the rest of the country), we had a blast! Fun fact: Our guide said his name was Blacky, which I felt kind of weird about calling him all the time, but whatever. There were fantastic views along the way, and we didn't have anyone fall out (barely). However, we did have a casualty along the way. During one section, ...
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 ...
... yawwwnnnning away".
Gary chose the Eagle at $3 NZD, he was super cool. Jai and Tiernan chose the Albino Python Anaconda. Now he was coooooool, and moved fast. The snake was 210,000Rph, so $21 NZD. Still crazy!!! This was an awesome experience for the boys, being so close & touching stroking these creatures, we were over the moon.
We continued up the mountain where Putu stopped for us to feed the monkeys. ...
... is in a quiet location, music ended at 10pm, we still stayed in the pool until past 11, when everybody went to bed: most were going snorkeling in the morning the next day.
The second day in Pemuteran I went for an easy day and spent the day between facebook, trip diary and the pool until the group came back from snorkeling and it was time for the afternoon tea.
During dinner the day before some of us had said we ...