Travel Blogs from Penelokan
Dagbog: Dagen startede kl 7, da vi ville nå at nyde den sidste tid på Gili Air fuldt ud. Efter en tidlig morgenmad var det tid til at pakke sammen og tjekke ud fra hotellet. De sidste timer blev tilbragt i en hytte med udsigt til havet, mens vi indtog vores tidlige frokost. Derefter var det tid til at sætte næsen mod Bali. …
... in two weeks the house will be FULL. I can't wait!!! :D
Anyways, that's it for now... not many news. My Indonesian keeps improving and I've started taking my first steps in Balinese. I'm already sad that I won't get to speak enough of the language by the end of my stay. And then forget as soon as I get home, because there will be nobody to practice it with.
My Ngaire is coming to visit me by the way :D Wooop wooop
... mould, you name it. But here, you pay the cheapest price and it is heaven. You get a decent bed, clean sheets, your own bathroom, sometimes a little balcony and a view.
Where we are now has all of it and more. I even took pictures of the room because that is the best place we stayed at and it is costing us 10$ a night. We have internet, a ...
Today we spent a few hours walking around Seminyak trying to find somewhere close enough to Ashley and Apples hotel. We walked and walked until we could walk no longer. We didn't have much luck as everything was fully booked and way out of our price range! We eventually found a place called Jaya Pub and decided it would do the job. It was further ...
... coral about 20 metres out.
Looking out to sea, directly south is the island of Nusa Penida, to the east, invisible to the naked eye, is Lombok. About 1 km out into the Bay, two large petrol tankers are moored. Behind a headland and at the end of this bay is the wharf where all of Bali's fuel is unloaded from tankers like these. This is my third day here and the same two big ships have been moored off shore. When I asked Wayan (of course ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet