Inna Sindhu Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... er komt voornamelijk stoom uit die het zicht blokkeert. Maar je kan wel goed de kracht horen van de vulkaan, een voortdurend gedonder. En als je de andere kant op kijkt heb je een prachtig uitzicht op de omgeving. Toen we met de jeep terug reden naar het hotel en we over de steile weg uit de grote krater naar boven reden, sloeg de motor van de jeep wederom af. Ik zag het al even voor me dat we daar zouden stranden en we weer de rest van de berg zouden moeten ...
... full day in Ubud I did a whistle stop tour of all the notable attractions nearby. We had about 30 mins at 6 different places including: Holy Springs (slightly bizarre seeing so many people pushing to bathe together), Elephant Cave (underwhelming), coffee plantation (fascinating if not a bit wasted on a confirmed coffee hater), another random temple, views of stunning rice terraces and lunch overlooking a volcano. ...
... baby. At one point, we had to stop because his horn stopped working and they needed to fix it there and then. 4 hours later, we arrived in Denpasar, or what bus drivers consider to be Denpasar. They have an annoying habit of stopping in 'bus stations' situated way out of the city, so that you are forced to take further transport with their mates company. We would've complained (not that it would've done anything) however the price of the bus was so cheap anyway.. ...
... if you want them. Hannah returned around 5.30 tired and hungry, so we went to a Mexican place for some slightly disappointing starters and a shared "pile" of refried beans and guacamole... Finished with a pomegranate flavour magnum - what a delight! On Tuesday Hannah's friend Mytra arrived after travelling for two days from the UK via Frankfurt, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta, so we spent the morning on the beach (in the shade) and swimming - trying to ...
... a short break at the top, it was time to descend and given that the terrain was volcanic dust we found the easiest way down was to effectively sand ski! By the time we reached the lower first caldera again, our shoes were completely full of grey sand.
Before we knew it we were back at the bottom, tired but relieved to give our aching calves a rest. It wasn't ...