Hotel HaPel Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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Ok well I'll take back all that I said about them harassing you in the street...they still do and do with gusto.
With what seemed like a good idea at the time we decided to walk into Kuta...20 minutes the concierge said ok well that is doable and so it would of been if it wasn't for the 100 degree temperature ( slight exeraggeration) but it was damn warm and it sure took longer than 20 minutes but we got there. Alan was keen to check out poppys lane 2 which was his ...
The seven of us ( including Jackie) took the west coast road to Balian. A beautiful low key surf spot with a relaxed vibe; We rented a great house and pool c/o Jenny a couple of hundred metres to the beach. The swell came in as usual. We had some great surfs over the ...
... but of course when your little one is all grown up and goes off to explore the world - which I hope all our children will do I now get why a mother would worry and fuss it's just an uncontrollable affection, love and an animalistic need to protect. I guess you just have to control it. Mike's going surfing first thing tomorrow which makes me very happy - this is why we came to Medewi after all. Hopefully Rafe and I can avoid all hazards with 1 pair of hands till ...
... temperature at any given moment. That said, it is wonderful to have a space to sleep that isn't shared with 7 other people. I have been spending my days searching out the many amazing art galleries in the Ubud area. They are wonderful, cool places to relax in while escaping the heat. Many offer collections of Indonesian art that ranges from the late 1800s to present day. On Tuesday I spent over nine hours studying with a local artist who guided me through the traditional way of ...
... Gunnung Kawi or as some people call it Poet Mountain was set in amongst the rice fields and river. The views were outstanding and a great excuse to take a break while climbing down the 371 steps. The climb was well worth seeing the ten seven meter high rock cut candi's, or shrines, carved into the cliff face dating back from the eleventh century. It is said to be the burial complex of King Anak Wungsu and his many wives. The lush paddy fields and ...