Melka Excelsior Resort Hotel
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... of Bali the trip is set to last 1 night and two days as I am trying to get to a very remote resort which Is a little pricey. I am taking
- 3 tee shirts
- 3 pairs of shorts
- A bit of money
- My phone
- Socks and underwear and a sleeping bag
With all this stuff my car trip and ...
... There were loads of blue spotted sting ray; some nearly the size of myself. At one stage one even swam below me. While taking all this in we investigated the deep environment. We started by cracking an egg underwater. Because of the pressure it didn't seperate but instead stayed as one. We started batting it too each other and it remained completely intact. Eventfully the instructor clapped it creating an eggy mess. The fish loved this and ...
24th December 2013
On arrival in kuta a back breaking 30 minute walk to the Pop hotel. Our room very bright and colourful with a pod style bathroom. We explored kuta which had lots of billabong and surf type shops. A massive australian influence. We were plesently surprised to not be hassled as we had been told Kuta was awful. One thing we have learnt is to make your own judgement of a place as everyone has varying preferences. In true backpacking ...
... into the temple grounds and saw some towers by the side. Arlan explained that there is a bell on top of the 2 storey high tower. The function of this bell is to notify the residents near the temple. He went on to explain that a typical Balinese temple does not only serve the purpose of prayer to the gods, it is also a gathering place for people to resolve disputes, for celebrations as well. As the inner temple is closed for public to enter, we can only marvel the sights through a ...
... 8217;ll be in good shape to carry on the American tradition of having some strong mixed drinks to celebrate 'Murica!
This area seems to host a heavy European population and we shared travel stories, beer, and Arak with some cool katz. Laurent, from France, and Migle from Lithuana shared in our celebrations. We taught them to play rummy, exchanged travel advice, and life stories. Migle is a ...