HARRIS Hotel Tuban Bali
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... pedang pedang beach and visiting the temple on top of 70 metre cliffs.
The uluwatu area is spread out and you would need transport to get around, we were told to keep the taxi waiting for the day as it is hard to get. If I stayed here i would hire a motorbike.
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Today I awoke early in the morning so I could go for a run, I got up at 5 and had something quick to eat got dressed and I was on my way, I ran to a nearby park and done some circuits and sprints, I then returned to the hotel at around 6:30 and had a bath. At 8.00 I got dressed and went out for breakfast, I went to a sushi bar in Denpasar city then continued to waltz around. ...
... shoulder about an upcoming sharp bend whilst hurtling down a mountain path was interesting! The day was brilliant. We saw the volcanoes and the black scarred land from the last eruption a few years back, and also visited a local family home. We met the family, saw around their property and had some tea. Their beliefs regarding new born babies include burying the placenia by the house, not letting the child the ground for the first three months and referring ...
... on the shore of Sumbawa. Told it would be an hour wait, we swam to the black volcanic shore. Strolling into the village, we were suddenly swarmed by hundreds of children and adults alike. The chief greeted us with honour, telling us that most people on the island had never seen a tourist and none had ever visited the island. They stared and stared, all shy to give high fives. A football match on a dusty, stoney pitch was going on as we ...
... the lake – a one and a half hour drive away from Kuta. Whilst most cabbies we've used have merely let us get on with it whilst they slumbered under the sun, this one broke protocol and lead us to the ticket booth – “Guess he’s just being helpful” we thought to ourselves, as he proceeded to act as our deal broker, our middleman, the toddler who you pass things too just to make him believe he’s helping. But then ...