HARRIS Resort Kuta Beach - Bali
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On our way out of Australia, we spent a week in Bali as the final stop on our year long trip. We stayed in Kuta which is Bali's main tourist district and branched out from there. There is a lot to see in a little island, which you can drive around in a day if you wanted to. We rented a motorcycle and drove to the southern tip of Bali called Uluwatu where there is a Temple that has ...
... one does build up quite an appetite!!! Ok it's not quite surfing but Paulie assured me it was bloody hard work all the same!
With our 60 day Visa's stamped and collected, (hip hip, horray!) it was time to start seeing the real Bali. Next stop will be Ubud, the art central and home to the famous terraced rice paddy slopes and some of Indonesia's highest and most active volcano's!
... back in Australia. A walk along the beach at Seminyak showed a surfing beach and brown sand which was not quite as appealing as some of the other beaches in Bali. We got a great taxi driver called Made who took us to our next destination called Puri Candikuning up in the highlands. On the way we stopped at a coffee plantation for the mandatory expensive coffee rip off and the tasting of the famous Lawak coffee but we liked the guy who owned the place and bought some ...
... br> Once leaving the beach I went and had some lunch and checked the map I'd been given and noticed that I wasn't too far away from the Bali Bombing Memorial so thought it would be the right thing to do and go pay my respects. When I arrived there were other Australians there along with other nationalities. Seeing the list of names grouped by country was heartbreaking, I actually got a little teary and emotional even though I didn't know anyone personally, still a very ...
... annoyed, we decided to continue to destination number 2, the monkey forest. From here the day ran much more smoothly: the two guys made small talk and played great Western music through the car speakers, the monkey forest was pretty cool - just wandering around seeing the monkeys - and Lucy and I relaxed into a day of sightseeing. We spent 3 hours wandering round Ubud and having lunch. It's a very cultural city, ...