Pullman Bali Legian Nirwana
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... water and practice gratefulness. I am grateful for Safety. I wade to the next fountainhead. I am grateful for Family. To the next. Grateful for Friends. Grateful for Adventure. I am grateful for God.
I feel fresh and revitalized. I reflect on my adventure as Arya presents an offering of flowers and incense and enters the water.
This is a sacred place. I am grateful indeed.
... trying to ruin all the fun and cutting in on people dancing but clearly angering everyone. Yes the played Khe San!! A few more drinks here until the drunk Aussie guy causes a fight on the dance floor! Only a matter of time. We say goodbye to the lovely ladies and walk back to our hotel claiming how funny it is that we've drank so much yet are not drunk at all! Out restless night and strange dreams may say otherwise :) Because I'm ...
... today. I order a pinacolda and a class of iced water so refreshing. We havent yet discovered the beach so decide to go for a romantic walk down at the beach while the sun is setting. The colours of the sunset are beautiful. We take lots of photos and then head back to the room. We have lost track of time and have both been in the sun for way too long, Jeremy has a headache and feels nautious, I think he has sun stroke. :( We rest up in the room for a while and I catch up ...
... with tourists and bogan Australians. But in recent days so many people had spoken about it or had been there so I thought I would check it out. For the non-Australians amongst you, the best and simplest way of describing bogans is the Australian equivalent of English chavs: uneducated, culturally devoid, tattoo saturated (I have no issue with tattoos but when they are covering most of the exposed flesh that is excessive) and wearing Bintang (a Balinese beer) tank tops - ...