Novotel Bali Nusa Dua Hotel & Residences
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very happy with resort
Our room was part of the ACCOR Holiday Club
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Elizabeth and Jack made a video (with some help) about our Spa Day in Bali. A fun three minute video!
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... and Damo. They were trying to spot the dolphins they'd been told about. The trip took less than 30 minutes. Rocky have a pretty slick operation. Suitcases are loaded on and off the boat quickly by a team of strong young men and onto the beach, where we pointed out which ones were ours and the boys from Reef Bungalows carry them up to our accommodation. The bungalows are built up a hill. Lucky Andrew and I have No.1! Emma and Damo ...
... the home stay we had a walk around their "family temple". Many of the homestays in Ubud incorporated one of these, which are essentially miniature versions of the Hindu temples found in most Indonesian towns. At Amel's it also provided somewhere for the hens to live! We went for dinner at one of the local warung, where a meal of fried noodles and a bottle of drink was less than £1 per ...
So today Kristi and I booked a site seeing tour. We went to Batubulan, Celuk, Mas, Ubud, Tempaksiring and Batur. Indonesia is made up of 13466 islands. There are over 4 million people living on the island of Bali. The island of Bali is 145x90 kilometers large. Indonesia is the 4th largest population in the world, right behind the USA. Sadly the USA became famous and is known to the Indonesia people is because of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. ...
... of the temples. However, our desire was not in vain as we visited some very exotic temples. We had our breakfast at a nearby 'warung', assuming that we were the first customers that morning as the owners had just set up their stalls. We had a simple breakfast, which cost us a cheap and reasonable price.
Our first stop today was Turtle Island, located in Nusa Dua, South of Bali. ...