Travel Blogs from Bali
... the beauty and the variation this island has! We made a quick stop at the Royal temple which was really nice but it looked quite similar to what i thought Ulun Danu would look like so we rushed through it a bit. At the coffe plantation we got to see all the different crops they grow (I saw a pineapple plant for the first time in my life and I was very surprised!) as well as the luwak they use for the luwak coffee (where they feed the feline ...
... to keep connected and know that the traveler is ok.
Personally, for me , it's good to write and share my ups and downs on my travels, specially since I'm often alone. It's the sharing and connection thing we all need.
Traveling alone, like life, has its pros and cons. On one hand the freedom to do whatever I want, whenever without worrying about a travel buddy is great. Of course there are the negatives ...
... tigers but I actually haven't seen them. This always happened to me when I go to a zoo, there's always something not out that I want to see. I waited there for 10 minutes and they didn't come out so I'm going on my way to the elephants now.
At the elephants and I'm about to get on so I'll talk to you later.
Okay I am back and it was awesome! lets just say its ...
... in Sanur that we found out about the Midget (Little People) boxing. The show is every week and this is what Matt wanted to do for his birthday. The show did not disappoint! We had a great time! The show takes place in a bar called Savana; this bar became our regular hangout! We had a great time getting to know some awesome people: we got to know the manager and bartender and we also met some cool British and Australian ex-pats ...
... as he ran over to grab our heavy backpacks and place them into the trunk of the car. Driving through Hanoi, traffic was bumper-to-bumper, but not with cars; with thousands, upon thousands of motorbikes. Arriving to the home stay, the head of the household, Binh, ran out, greeting us with a warm, loud “welcome to the family!” Blushing, David and I both looked at each other in awe of the kindness surrounding us. Exhausted from a full day of travel, we called it ...
Other places to stay in Bali
Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua, Nusa Dua | 5 star hotelfrom $176
- Not for me thanks
- Very disappointed
Jalan Pantai, Kuta | 3 star hotelfrom $166
- Very ordinary, but had some good points.....
- Wonderful holiday place
Danau Tamblingan, Sanur | 3 star hotelfrom $117
Jl Werkudara , Legian | 3 star hotelfrom $81
Jalan Pantai Mengiat, Nusa Dua | 4 star hotelfrom $132
- Upgrade to The Ayodya Palace
- Can't wait to return
- Less than 5 Star Service!!
Golden/Lakewood, Sanur | 3 star hotelfrom $75
Jl Padma no 1, Legian, Legian | 4 star hotelfrom $183
- Check your bills !
- Nice hotel
- Concern over room allocation and club benefits
Kawasan Pariwisata Nusa Dua Lot N 2, Nusa Dua | 5 star hotelfrom $167
- An oasis of calm and beauty
- Great spa and good for families too
Jalan Kartika Plaza, Kuta | 3 star hotelfrom $154
Jalan Kartika Plaza, Kuta | 5 star hotelfrom $99
Jln. Hang Tuah , Sanur | 4 star hotelfrom $58
Kawasan Pecatu Indah Resort, Uluwatu | 4 star hotelfrom $44
Jl Pantai Kuta 10x, Kuta | 3 star hotelfrom $82
Jalan Mertasari, Sanur | 3 star hotelfrom $53
Jalan Kartika , Tuban | 3 star hotelfrom $117
Jalan Pantai Kuta, Kuta | 3 star hotelfrom $37
Jl. Pantai Mengiat, BTDC Complex, Nusa Dua | 4 star hotelfrom $110
Westminster/Thornton, Seminyak | 4 star hotelfrom $161
- Certainly no 5 stars !
- Great Hotel
Golden/Lakewood, Sanur | 2 star hotelfrom $144
- Loved the relaxed atmosphere of the Hotel
- Doesn't get better
- Brilliant hotel and staff
Kawasan Pariwasata, Nusa Dua | 5 star hotelfrom $486
Jl. Arjuna Gg. Raja, Seminyak | 4 star hotelfrom $85
Westminster/Thornton, Legian | 5 star hotelfrom $134
Jalan Pantai Kuta No.1, Kuta | 4 star hotelfrom $68
Jalan Legian No. 118, Denpasar , Kuta | 3 star hotelfrom $37
Gang Poppies 2 # 18, Kuta | 3 star hotelfrom $31
1 Jalan Melasti, Legian | 4 star hotelfrom $140