Beach Melati Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... two stops to KL Sentral. From here, we picked up the express train to the airport. By this time we were very used to all the transport in KL, and it was all very straight forward. We arrived at airport at 12.15 and got rid of our big bags. We didn't go straight through security as we had plenty of time so we had a look round MORE shops. We went to Pandora so that I could buy Maureen's valentines day present. We have been looking for a particular bracelet and was hoping the ...
... On Thursday and Friday daytimes I lazed around the hotel pool and tried to get back the tan I once had before I went to New Zealand as it is really hot all day until about 4pm. The hotel has been really quiet but it was good to relax after the Kiwi Experience and the rush of my stay in Singapore. With the taxis being so cheap I took one in to Seminyak square on Thursday evening for dinner and a look around the shops. The town was really busy and you are constantly being asked to ...
... to sit in the restaurant and enjoy our food, which was very delicious if I say so myself! The best satay and boiled vegetable salad we've had so far! Ohhhhh yes we spent the afternoon just chilling by the pool, catching some sun and relaxing. We went back to Bendi for dinner, as usual and had some more delicious food! Walking around Ubud in the evening is so lovely as relaxing because there is always lots to look at and people all around you no matter how late ...
... we managed to spot, plus we were obliged to ask a lot on the way there. It took us approx. 1,5 hours to get from Kuta to that holy temple. Before we were allowed to leave our motorbike in a car park belonging to the temple we had to pay the entrance fee in the amount of IDR 30,000 per person.
Tanah Lot Temple is built on the rock with the size of 3 acres and reachable in a few minute by walk because it is just 20 meters from the coastal lip. This temple is very famous ...
... and most Balinese people are Hindu. It's interesting to see small temples in many different places, including our hotel. In front of most storefronts and restaurants there are offerings for the gods. These are in the form of a basket made from a plant and flowers and rice inside. There are also 3 public temples in Bali and we arranged to see one last night.
Through the hotel, we had booked a driver from 4pm to take us to Uluwatu to visit the temple and ...