New Kuta Hotel - A Lexington Legacy Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I was a bit nervous at 1st to take Rieko on the back of the scooter thru the traffic to Uluwatu. So a dry run was in order. Dev and I ripped it with no worries and arrived at Uluwatu in about 20 minutes. We paid the 1,000 Rp entry (about $1) to park out scooters then paid $5 to get inside the temple grounds.
Amazing temple with views over the top. We arrived at about 4:30 pm just as the crowds were coming for the 5:00 pm ...
... alleys leading to the beach and as such have become lined with hotels and Warung. We sat for cocktails in a hotel bar and when the band offered the mic for audience participation, Emma was on stage before the last word left their mouths, leaving the singer to shake her maracas and regret the offer. Three songs later she retired with applause and the first interest of the night, from the bar staff and customers alike. No free drinks though, she must try harder. The sea ...
... breathtaking. I hope that the pictures I took will give a good impression. After another 2 hours down the hill we were all brought back and after a nice lunch in my hotel I am now about to embark on a nap. Mount Batur was an amazing experience, and I met brilliant people along my way up!! It was a great opportunity to bond with other travelers and I shall see many of them again tonight for dinner!! Hope you enjoy the ...
... not to enjoy the adventure. We both smiled the whole time. Since the ride was primarily down hill, it wasn't ******* the legs but the narrow paths and rutted roads made riding a challenge. We passed small shophouses along the way and had a bird's eye view into everyday life on the backroads of Bali. Children shouted out to us as we passed by, "hello hello". Old women walked past with loads of vegetation balanced on their heads! Five hours passed so quickly. An excellent ...
... say farewell to Karen for the last time on the trip along with four other truckers who are not joining us in Australia. Indonesia is a hard place to review, we spent much of it in transit and it looked very similar all the way. There was a good infrastructure and plenty of modern people and places to go but it did not really have that appearance. I was shocked to find out it has the world forth largest population with 238 million people and it is the 16th largest economy. It is ...