Pullman Bali Legian Nirwana
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... they assembled our gear, and after a refresher test we were on a small boat heading out.
Our first dive went smoothly, a there and back cruise along the reef wall at a depth of 6-20 meters. It was a nice dive to get our comfort levels back up, and see a little bit of sea life. The water temp was 28 and the visibility was about 15 meters so conditions were great. The next would be much more interesting.
With both of ...
... Portugal and Moracco. I have my sights on Moracco for next year if anyone wants to join me :) so this was my last push to choose Bali. I have booked a week at Escape Haven as my very indulgent birthday gift to myself and this is going to be my best birthday ever! Needless to say I cannot wait to start. Budi arrived at 12:30 pm to pick me up and we skirted through Kutas busy moped traffic both so us singing along to Izzy azaleas 'Fancy.' I swear I have video of ...
... were a couple of Austrians who we roped in too to share the cost and the size of the huge boat! The journey over was pretty quick and when we arrived we were very impressed with the white sands and lovely blue waters. Also the distinct lack of gap yah students, horses and people trying to sell us **** t shirts. We took to the sea pretty much immediately to do some snorkelling which was brilliant as there is coral just off the shore and there were loads of fish to see (and ...
... they literally run towards us was new. We were extremely tough with our negotiation and finally got a ride fpr 100,000 rupiah for which even the hotel staff congratulated us for. We were glad that we had plenty of experience with taxi drivers and negotiations already.
That evening we were too exhausted to go anywhere else than the hotel restaurant for dinner. The next day we wanted to explore Legian. We found the beach (not that bad, long and wide) and lots ...
... It's blowing a gale and the skies are about to open up so instead of continuing to wander down the main road we finally take up the offer for some transport. He is very nice and calls the winery for directions. Actually turns out we are literally right there so he is a bit mad. We tip him well. The wine tasting was... Unusual. The guy barely said a word to us and the wine tasted like ****. (Sorry Liam) We did enjoy the rose ...