Bali Garden Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Korea Express Train 406 Jinju ~ Seoul 105,200 KRW 14/8/7 (YMD) 09:58 ~ 13:29
This Journey starting from Jinju Station is all but an interesting one but will inevitably progress. Murphy's law of what can't go wrong will is raising it's ugly head as all that could go wrong almost does...and just as luck would have it, the do things fast capital of the world and correct if someone who knows better is looking is taking it's time this morning.
We're on ...
... come here and what is there to look at.
Unfortunately, everything is very far apart, so that we drive almost 600 km in Denpasar at the end. In city traffic, we are driving slowly because of too much traffic or too few roads. We drive on average speed of about 20 Km/h which means that we spend about 4.5 hours per day on the motorbike. Incidentally, I'm doing small work on the motorbike and I need a break soon.
Bali food - Here is a list of the best and often cheapest eats we have found.
Morning Sindu food markets
Jajung uli - traditional oval shaped Bali sugar donut only found at the market YUM!
Also found there is undi undi - a donut ball covered in sesame seeds with a nut filling also YUM!
Both are 1000 rp ea
Warung Kacil JL. Duyung No. 1, Sanur
Nasi campur (choose your own) starts at 23,000 rp. They also do ...
... are in the $7-12AUD range, for some reason G&T's are quite expensive, so we drank cocktails, played pool, water basketball and swam idly around. At one point the women folk minus one went and got their nails done. Those that remained behind barely noticed. Before dinner (at the in house Italian restaurant which was very good, main and soft drink for two people $30AUD) Alexis discovered that with consummate skill, he had ...
... They were getting sucked out into the intense unforgivable ocean. And to make matters worse, the current was taking them right into a sea wall, where the giant waves would for sure smash them into smitherines! Our boat captain quickly maneuvered over to them, but were too close to the sea cliff to safely pick them up. Thankfully we had a rope that one of the local boatmen through out. The other dive group grabbed on and we began to pull them back ...