Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... a word. The tour would consist of five stops throughout Bali, travelling from Kuta north to Lake Bratan before to back to Kuta via Tanah Lot. Our first stop was Taman Ayun in Mengwi, also known as The Royal Temple. Set within some beautiful gardens it was a really pleasant walk around if the temple itself was a little understated compared to Borobudur, Yogyakarta and the like. The sun was absolutely baking at this point and we feared for sunburn but we needn't ...
... expect but a feeling of excitement stirring. Visa check point and immigration were cleared in under 30 minutes and the air was heavy with the scent of incense. This did seem to have a calming affect, however it could just be jet lag! Side note if you do travel to denspar bali airport as soon as you leave baggage area there is a currency exchange and well stocked duty free that we're still open at 1 am. I quickly located my name on a sign at the arrival que, and as promised ...
... safely in Australia. Greeted with beautiful sunshine and the freshness of a Spring morning. What a difference and certainly a welcomed changed. Beaming smiles on our faces and reenergised for this next chapter. The plan is to spend 3 days here in Brisbane, seeing the Australia Zoo whilst also soaking up the sights and sounds of the city, before heading up to Cairns. Up in Cairns we hope to snorkel the Great Barrier Reef amongst other exciting bucket list things ...
... with a kite extended from the roof of the truck past the tailgate. It was like everyone had taken off the afternoon to go to the see and fly kites. In the distance, I could see huge kites flying in the air. Bigger than you would believe. Some had tails that looked like they were 1 meter wide and 25 meters long. I didn't take any photos from inside the van, but I'll try really hard to remember the pictures in my mind. I arrived in Kuta, and oddly enough, I immediately felt lonely. ...
... We went a little north of the town to the rice terraces. They were fantastic; like fields stacked on top of each other. They went down into a deep valley and we looked out over them whilst having a very lovely Indonesian crispy duck for lunch. Then we found a little path and went wondering through the rice, climbing up and down on to each terrace. It was a lovely day. We drove back before it got dark to avoid the crazy traffic. Wandered out to another ...