The Lokha Legian
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So I arrived in Bali at about 6pm after the flight from Singapore was delayed. My first observation is it is so cheap! My 45 minute taxi journey from the airport cost me £5 and the taxi driver basically gave me a run down of what to do and where to go along the way. After staying in hostels, a hotel was amazing! I had a king size bed, en suite with rainfall shower and free mini bar at the Fontana Hotel. Thank you!! On and I found E! on the television while I was getting ready to ...
... not, and I venture to say that Kuta, Bali has its share of similar contrasting sentiments. Kuta Bali may not be a written-in-stone return destination point for us, but we can appreciate how it could be for others, and we left with some good memories. What more can one ask for?
Now we make our way to Ubud, the cultural heart and soul of Bali, and our final destination on this year's Dreamchaser's Adventure.
... two different girls! Hopefully they each got their shoe back. As we walked on the cliff side up to the temple, we saw beautiful views of the water below. This public temple is still used today for the three high celebrations the Hindus in Bali celebrate each year. The temple was build in the 1100s after a war in Java. It's amazing to be able to walk through such an old temple. They were actually doing some work on it while we were there, but walking around the area, ...
... We don't know, but had to trust that this man was only overcharging us as much as the average taxi. When we arrived at the beach, well in time for the hoped-for 7:45am public transport ferry, we were told that there was no more $4 public boat. There was only the $15/person fast ferry. Hmm... we have heard this before- "Your hotel has closed / burned down / been trampled by stampeding elephants" was something that we encountered ...
... with our waiter who replied something abut strawberry milkshakes, which Dan interpreted as a joke but nonetheless 5 minutes later the waiter arrived looking very proud to present Dan with his milkshake! Alas the Bintangs did not arrive so whilst quite amused, but feeling a bit bad for our hard-of-hearing waiter, we didn't have he heart to correct him and so Dan forcefully enjoyed his milkshake and I drank water!! We practiced saying 'small Bintang' ...