Garden View Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
- Room service
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... Everything is so affordable here that even with our strict daily budget it feels like we are living like kings.
Both nights we enjoyed the local cuisine. It is very touristy here making it actually hard to find non Western food, go figure. It feels like we are the only non Australian tourists too. There are a ton of Aussies here which makes for hilarious signs at bars trying to attract them: " come get a bloody beer here".
We have slowly started to plan in ...
... at Ula Watu Beach and had a beer (cliff-side) while watching surfers ride some of the best waves around. Lastly, we took in a Kecak fire dance performance at the temple. This unique performance has men chanting (almost as if in a trance) during a traditional play. Definitely worth "You-Tubing". This will be our last stop in Bali before the long trip ...
... Valentines day with my wonderful husband who I'm hoping checked the flight arrival time (we were an hour late leaving Denpasar). My Jetstar flight back was hassle free although I didn't sleep too much. Lucky me had three seats to myself... Heaven when I peer over the seats all around and there are not many spare... How did I snag that one? MY FINAL THOUGHTS ON BALI I'm glad I visited and experienced some of the real and ...
... jumping and lifting, contrived and cheesy. We felt for the little Asian grooms who more than once dropped their brides in the surf. There's a pay-what-you-think-its-worth yoga class under a coconut grove, at sunset, which Emma enjoyed, while I finished The Count of Monte Christo - content for the first hour and bored for the second, yoga seemed as long as a stay in the D'if. We drove home in the dark. Uluwatu Ulu to the locals exists solely for one thing, surfing. ...
... they were out of hunting practice. The babies especially seemed to have no idea even what the crabs were at first but quickly caught on and fought to catch them. It usually took the babies multiple attempts and multiple turtles to catch a single crab, as they would be scared off when the crab tried to fight back and moved quickly or tried to use it's harmless claws. The slower moving big turtles seemed to get some fiest back in them when they were on the hunt. The medium sized ...