Sari Beach Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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The adventure has taken us to beautiful Bali, Indonesia. Bali is a classic holiday destination, and in recent years has started to be avoided due to it's overwhelming success. This sadly leads to a cookie cutter, inauthentic touristy experience, however, we are lucky and it is literally the lowest season possible here!
The Balinese are known for their kind charm, and they have been living ...
... the house each day and if it's a special holiday or ceremony they use around 90 . After my arts and crafts time, I head to my room to shower and get dressed up. So we received a voucher for a free pitot to be taken while we were here. I went down to the studio to go have my photo taken. I thought it would just be a few shots somewhere. Nope I was wrong. The photographer ended up taking over 140 photos in various locations around ...
... desk and the music is up to about 20 and this miserable looking indo is sitting in the booth. Can we have a map please. No no no map. And then carries on staring in space. What the **** I thought people are meant to be friendly here!?!! So we are on our own wandering around for a while. We want a toilet but naturally nothing is well signed so we can't find one. Go back to info desk and notice there is a touch screen map just next to her. ...
... We got a taxi and it took about 45 minutes to get to Ubud. Indonesians definitely have different rules then USA does. First off the driver is on the right side instead of the left. They do not seem to pay attention to speed limits as our driver whipped around the corners like nothing. There are scooters galore here! Parents with young kids sandwiched in between them with 4 on a bike at a time like it was nothing! ...
Bali is an Indonesian island located at the western-most of the Lesser
Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It
is one of the country's 33 provinces, with the provincial capital at
Denpasar towards the south of the island. The island is home to the vast
majority of Indonesia's small Hindu minority, and it is also the
largest tourist destination in the country. Activities on offer include
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