Quest Hotel Kuta
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... by our own tour guide in a four by four where we began the trip to a shop where they made traditional table cloths, skirts, and shirts etc all made by hand. Second we watched the famous Barong & kris dance where the dancers were dressed in large animals masks and headdresses. The dance tells a story of the famous gods Barong and Rangda acts of good against evil. The local music was great too until we had heard the same tune over and over for a whole hour! Rhianna ...
... the view was a separate effort all together, trying not to fall over the uneven ground. Definitely very simple camp setup as we were about to find out during what was the WORST Night EVER in a tent. It pays to inquire about 1. The types of mats tour company provides (these were similar to a car tyre thickness...and same softness..ie just rubber. All rocks massaged your back as soon as you lay down. 2. Sleeping bag rating and conditions at night. Sleeping bags ...
... the chaotic streets from Denpasar to Kuta to reach our budget hotel, Manhendra Beach Inn. The driver had a struggle finding it so the journey took a lot longer than it should. This meant as soon as we had checked in we had to speedily get ready to be on time to meet Niomis friends from Germany. It was a difficult task with one tiny mirror, no light and heat that made any makeup just drip straight off. 99 ...
... the next day we went back without my board so Kellie could get a surf in and I could help. we rented a soft top that was perfect and hit the waves! kellie did great, catching well over 20 waves in the hr we had the board. she even caught some all on her own! it was great and i was happy the waves were perfect for her. Being a water baby, she's a natural surfer. Upon returning from our surf we were met by the hotel staff asking us what time we were going to check out. This ...
Today I explore the southern peninsula of Bali with my driver Ketut. We've agreed on a list of things to fill,in the day and a later 11.00am start. I'm keen to see the turtle sanctuary although this turned in a bit of a disappointment.
The Turtle island rip off boat wanted IS$35 for one hour and a minimum of two people. I negotiated them down to 500,000 rupiah or about $50 but this was still way overpriced for what was a 10 minute journey each way. It was ...