Club Residence

Legian, Bali, 80361, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bali

Beautiful, Breathtaking, Bewitching Bali

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg


... and it was incredibly cool; it's practically been carved out of the rock over the water. The music was nice as well!
The following two days were the most relaxing so far on this trip: the first one spent at the beautiful beach club of aman nusa, located on a chalk-white beach that streches at least 2km. I practically took a bath in sun tanning oil to catch up after australia, and i only got a little burnt :P Delia and Patrick came and joined us ...

Traffic, fish then traffic

A travel blog entry by kalefalling


... my feet in the bath with all the fish! wasn't what I expected, its as big as a bath and as soon as you put your feet in the fish swim straight over here and just started biting at my feet, and also I thought it would hurt more than tickled but it doesn't hurt one bit, it's hard not to take my feet out because it tickles so much. Oh yeah i forgot to tell ...


A travel blog entry by kennethq


... to hate the place, I don't need anymore. When I found out that the airport was non- smoking and I was unable to go back outside, the stress levels took a rapid increase. There was no way I would last eight hours without a smoke. Luckily, when I went to the toilet, there was a bunch of old Chinese fellas smoking away at the sink, pig ignorant but I joined them! There wasn't too many people around the airport at 3am, so no chance ...

Eat Pray Slob.

A travel blog entry by abirdjbird


... that after about 50 mins of riding we found we'd done the whole circumference! Ha! We bought lychees and fruit, this blog might be really awfully put together.. I sent my journal home so I'm just going off memory. Gili T is good and in high season I imagine it to be packed, we snorkeled and saw fishes with big blue lips. Unfortunately the beaches are full of dead coral all over! Enough to make the population of Cairns weep - I read somewhere about Indonesia's environmental ...

And That's A Wrap

A travel blog entry by meganlang


... We were picked up at the bus station by our hotel staff and must say Vietnamese people are hands down the most hospitable people that we met on our travels. We were again greeted by staff once we arrived at the hotel, welcoming us to their town and refusing to allow us to carry our own bags. The next day we rode bicycles around town and ate spring rolls and delicious noodle dishes until we couldn’t anymore. What is one to do when they have had their fill of Vietnamese ...


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