Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to go on the intimidating Boomerang, which was exhilarating but not one I would do again in a hurry! Ben loved it.
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Thursday 30th July – Ben's birthday!
We spent most of the day at Kuta beach, sunbathing/ sunburning and playing frisbee. We then went back to our hotel ...
... two days that I was planning to stay here was just right. I walk along the beach for a bit, and the water is beautiful. Blue with decently big waves and white sands. I am not really a water person, but this was a perfect place to just get a beach lounger and a umbrella, and read a book while drinking beer. Anyway, I headed back to the hostel around 2 pm since it was really hot outside. As soon as I come to the hostel, I saw that Caroline had left me couple ...
... We hear these places are beautiful though so maybe if we make it here a fourth time around we will actually see the country. The forecast for our time in Bali has been thunderstorms everyday. Thankfully there was only one epic downpour day and a few welcomed clouds for the duration of our time here. It has been pretty humid but that's probably due to the thunderstorm that never came. The sunshine and warmth has certainly beat hanging around in wet, cold ...
I just admit that I was weary about our stay in Kuta. I had many friends warn me about Kuta and that it really is a party destination with not much else to do. Hence the reason we only booked 2 nights here. How wrong was I?! Kuta was a really pretty place with lots of atmosphere, great food, great bars, excellent shopping and friendly people. In fact, the place we stayed at was the nicest so far and the ...
... of cold Coke during our time here!
Our drive to Ubud passed through many small local villages and it was interesting to learn about village dynamics from our driver Iowan (the lovely man who we booked again.) Apparently there are more Hindu temples than houses in Bali but as you drive around it's clear to see how.
Each village has at least 3 village temples ...