Bakung Sari Resort And Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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One week staying in the heart of bali, good waves on the other side of the island, great nightlife.. Kuta is crazy!
... hours. Rumours had spoken of a world heritage site, so when we were dropped off at the side of the road with no mountain in view, I felt somewhat deceived. Acres of dense forest littered the lands as far as the eye could see and a mischievous mist hung from the sky, blocking any splendour we wished to behold. At first I felt somewhat disappointed despite the views of the jungle. I had expected to spend the night amongst the wild, but instead found myself lodging at the ...
... The following day we wanted to branch out of the town and once again rented a moped. Driving in the town was pretty hectic but a few minutes and the roads was quiet and a pleasure to drive on. We headed out towards Mount Batur a volcano apparently 2 hours drive from Ubud. The drive was a lot different from the drives we did in Lombok, much more cars and bikes, with little shops and shacks along every inch of the road and this part of Bali ...
We arrived at our hotel in Ubud a bit too early to check in, but they were happy to look after our bags for us. On the way in we had passed the Monkey Forest so we took the long trek through town to g explore the forest. ...and it was quite a trek to town! It seemed to be acceptable to dump your building stones and equipment on the footpath, and from what I could see the footpath was built (not very well!) about a metre above a rubbish filled ditch/drain. So there was ...
Selamat Pagi (good morning!) though if you are reading this is the afternoon than selamat sore or in the evening selamat malam! These are just a couple of the phrases learnt in my first Balinese language lesson!
So it's been satu (one) week now and already so much has happened and apart from dua (two) Balinese massages & a few lazy afternoons by the pool my first week in Bali has provided many new experiences to the previous times I have been in Bali! Let ...