Hotel Opal Legian
Travel Blogs from Kuta
One of the main differences between the local people and tourists here is the way they dress. It is all arms out, legs out, chests out, anything but bums out on the tourist side because it is hot hot and we need to get air to our sad overworked sweat glands. Just looking at local people makes you feel hot, they wear jeans, jumpers and I even saw a pair of gloves. How are they doing it?? The why could be a lot about how geared the beauty products in the shops and adverts are ...
... to non-religious affiliates. In the center, you can see the water actually bubbling up from the ground. The Elephant Cave is often mistaken for an actual cave with actual elephants; sad to say there are no elephants roaming around, but there are many statues of elephants, and there is cave-like hindu temple. Other things I suggest while in Ubud - drop in for a class at the Yoga Barn; it is infamous to Yogis all around the world, ...
... The drive was a good way to see some of the Bali country side- paddy field, temples, busy streets with markets everywhere.. and more crazy mopeds.
After the surf we ate delicious coconut dumpling bought from a lady at the side of the street. Hundreds of teenagers arrived at the beach on moped reeving their engines and swooping around the car park. Their white school uniforms were all covered with brigh paint splodges. Apparently ...
... to stay. Fortunately he was a muscular skin head, so we felt safer with him.
On the main street we ate in a great restaurant opposite a huge Starbucks. (I'll remember the name later.) I had the best vegetarian pizza ever, thin crust piled high with veg. It was full of westerners, as was most of the area, but the atmosphere was lively with music and made me forget for a while the walk home we had coming. It was ...
... the Philippines, where I was earlier, or Lombok, Indonesia, where I went afterwards. Bali is way more crowded and developed, with more westerners in it - by far - than any of the other places I've visited this year in SE Asia, with the possible exception of Bangkok. And it is very crowded and busy too!
I stayed in Kuta, one of the main tourist spots known for its beautiful, long beach, excellent for surfing, and hopping nightlife. This ...
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