Puri Kelapa Garden Cottages
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... time in Padang Bai with Florian although that time round we were in slightly more jolly moods. The food was delish though which helped to cheer us up. Once we had finished our meal it was time to go back to harbour to hopefully get our bags, but no of course it was not that simple. When we got there we were told a different arrival time for the boat from the coastguard who I don't actually think was a coastguard but just wore the uniform to look official. So we now how an ...
Yesterday we spent 8 hours with our driver Made. He had mentioned there were a bunch of places he wanted to take us and we had some suggestions for him as well. He picked us up at 9 and away we went. As it turned out, we spent a large part of the day in the car and while it was an enjoyable day and we saw some cool sights, it wasn't exactly a jam-packed, info-filled day in Bali.
Our first stop was a village which overlooked Lake Bratan. We got out of ...
The night bus arrived at a ferry port around 5am and by now it had turned from cold to freezing. The blanket provided was not long enough so you had to decide weather to have cold feet or shoulders, I opted for cold shoulders. I drifted back to sleep on the ferry and I think most people just slept though the short crossing. It was a good journey there was not much other than trees and valleys. The bus dropped us off at the station and the ...
Hired bikes and drove to mushroom beach, lovely white sand and clear waters tucked at the end of a restaurant laden street. Had lunch there then drove on further over the hill to Dream beach. Again, lovely tucked away beach in a cove. Chilled then drove on over the rickety bridge to Chenningan. Went cliff jumping before couple of beers ...
... Bali Aga geringsing cloth is used. A man carries a flat container, also covered with geringsing. It has to do with the fact that Bedahulu was the last Bali Aga stronghold against the invasion of the Javanese kings. In another corner a Baris Tombak is danced rather clumsily. It looks like everyone is in a hurry to finish their ceremony. Around half past two, the groups start to take their gods back home to their temple of ...