Aston Kuta Hotel & Residence
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Travel Blogs from Kuta
... So I yelled back and gave her a piece of my mind. It felt good actually and I don't really regret it, although it hurt that she thinks I am immature. I know that I will have to apologize tomorrow but I'm sick of being the quiet one and I'm glad that I stood up for myself. And I'm also proud of myself for not getting McDonalds on the way home (this is how I know that I was not too drunk). All in all a good night but it could have had a better ...
... was brilliant but I was left a little bruised and could still feel it a few days later! Kuta beach is cool, lots of people surfing, lots going on. People selling everything- fruit, ice creams, drinks, jewellery, pillows, mats, towels and even bow and arrows (I actually bought Pete a fairly lethal bow and arrow when I was here when I was 14!) and there are masseuses EVERYWHERE!! The beach was lovely despite being harassed every 5 minutes but I guess they're ...
... the sea as it turns out is more of an evening dinner place. We walked back still craving poached eggs to The Coffee Club - sadly an Aussie chain, but one that offers the magical all day breakfast mostly centered around eggs, so we sat down and tucked in.
Walked up to the CBD, bought all of the ANZ bank’s supply of Indonesian Rupiah (thousands and thousands of them) all for the princely sum of $91. Apparently that will last us a couple of ...
Today we set off on a bicycle tour of the heart of Bali. This was recommended by Tracey and Paul as one of the highlights of their recent visit, and I have to agree it was a fantastic experience. We had a very hasty breakfast to be ready for the guide to pick us up at the hotel at 7.30. There were 5 of us booked for the tour with two very good guides. The other three tourists were Jess, a professional mid 20s from Melbourne with little biking experience (in Bali for a yoga ...
... of the beach, including Bali's only airport just to the south. It handles a lot of traffic, and almost spans a narrow neck of land, jutting into the ocean at the western (Kuta) end.
That evening we ordered 2-for-1 Margaritas and a light dinner at a bar called Rendezvous. Two guitarists were performing, doing a pretty decent job of mostly familiar Western hits. When they asked for requests, I offered our "first dance" wedding number, the Beatle's ...
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