Kuta Indah Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... but when coupled with the arabic language of whatever it is he is singing, it takes on a quality all of its own. It reaches out and entangles you in the rich beauty of the cadence and the purity of the tone. It is hard to believe a single voice, aided by nothing more than a completely natural echo can sound so beguiling. From where we a sit, at the table on the balcony of our homestay, we watch the setting sun over the little harbour, small boats moving ...
... We agreed on a price and off we went. It was a nice vehicle, as promised and our guide spoke pretty good english....he was off to start university the next day.
As we drove along, he pointed out various muslim mosques and explained his culture to us. He took us to a small village called Sukarare, where according to Sasak tradition, if a girl cannot weave, she will not be allowed to marry. Girls are trained in the art of weaving and ...
... is that guides are mandatory for visiting the waterfalls. But having learnt from a friendly trekking company that this is incorrect and that we could 'self guide' our way to the two waterfalls close by, we set off early to beat the crowds. With our towels, phones, cameras and nasi campur (mixed rice) in hand, we reached the first waterfall called 'Sendang Gile' with ease along a conveniently paved route. Whilst looking at the thirty metre high, two tiered waterfall ...
... times it was difficult to get your footing but i went at the back and followed their steps. Halfway there was a big opening so everyone tended to stop there for a break. Gudi told us that there was another 30mins to climb to the sunset point and that it got steeper and tougher from here (great haha). He wasn't joking, it became so rocky and each step was about half my height lol at one point two young boys started talking to us and following us to sell us drinks, I hated ...
... in, the driver did not. Fortunately, the tyre only clipped it and a valuable road sense lesson was learned. There were the typical number of dogs about, all ready to defend their turf if a stranger entered. It didn't take much to set them off. Wayne and I took a walk down to the foreshore. There was a turtle hatchery down the beach a little and lots of boats of all description tied up to moorings. The locals favoured a large narrow design with outriggers on either size. There were ...