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This holiday has been full of firsts for me - first time riding a horse, first time snorkelling, first time drinking yakult....today - another. We went to a water park! Never having been to one, I didn't realise water parks are like wet theme parks, which I consider to be an expensive way to stare death in the face. The slides were so steep and started so high up. A particularly menacing yellow one made me quite nervous as we climbed the ...
Our first day in Kuta, Bali was spent at the pool hooping/lounging, shopping and exploring the streets, then watching the sunset on the beach. We realized just how populated and busy the city is, and full of fit, attractive, young tourists. Like we found out of the small amount of tourists in Sumatra, there is a huge percentage of tourists from Holland, Australia & Britain. Again, we felt like the minority, but I am ok with it. ...
... But, as I've never been to Indonesia, a trip to Bali sounded amazing. Having spent quite a bit of time skyping with Easky Brittan (big wave surfer and Oxfam Ambassador from Donegal) one of the events organisers, I was pretty intrigued about what would happen.
My trip started in Kuta. I booked a functional but cheap hotel on the seafront (last minute dot com). I spent 2 days based there 'on holiday’ before the event started. ...
We had a good night sleep and awoke to a nice steamy morning. This is the Bali we remember! It is 6am and we are ready to go exploring!. Took a walk down to Legian Beach. The place does not look very inviting. Typical "night after" evidence all over the beach - plastic cups, bags, bottles etc etc not very attractive at ...
... tattooed, some heavily. There were huge number of Aussies, but people from every country. Though youth predominate, there are many different groupings of travellers, groups of guys, girls, mixed, couples, aging hippies, you name it. Families too, although not in the same numbers.
For the youth, it's party central. The main street of Kuta, Legian St., is absolutely hopping at midnight, with the street packed with revellers, music blaring ...