Sri Ratih Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and moter scooters. Tons of shops, restaurants, galleries etc…something for everyone. We wandered around, exploring the area, ate lunch and headed back. It’s not as hot as Thailand (but still hot) and there is usually a breeze. That night we went back out to see the action. Very nice.
Day 2. Our breakfast was interesting. It was included in the price of the room (which is about $10 a day) I have no idea what I was ...
... current was too strong to swim. Next thing I know I'm lying on the front of his surf board with him perched above just behind. Then he shouts 'okay the wave is coming get ready' and we are whooshed away at what felt like 100mph with me screaming my lungs out absolutely LOVING LIFE. I could hear him laughing his head off clearly amused by my reaction. For all I know to him that could have been quite a timid wave but for me it was an amazing thrill ride ...
After Nusa Lembongan, I headed back to the island of Bali to a town called Ubud. Ubud is super popular with tourists and locals. It's a town full of art galleries and guest houses in traditional Balinese homes. It's also one of the better places to see traditional Balinese dance performances. I hired a driver for the day to see the sights around Ubud. Renting a motorbike was an option but you can ...
... buffet feast. Day 31 Gili islands We took a boat the next morning and arrived in Gilli T, a tiny island off the coast of Bali. To our dismay, on return from the beach, we discovred two giant cockroaches in our bathroom. There was also a gecko, again in Katherine's belongings. We like the lizards now, but the cockroaches were another matter entirely. As the two stupid girls we are, we freaked out massively. Jess attempted to hose them out of the room ...
... still remembers being frightened by the big noise, ' like a bomb' he said and he ran to his grandpa and grabbed his legs.
Over 2,000 people were killed and vast areas were covered in lava and ash. Much of the land to the east of Mt Agung never recovered and it's still the poorest part of Bali.
Looking at it now, this deep green landscape filled with ricefields, coconut palms, banana plantations, it's hard to imagine how devastated this valley must ...