Taman Selini Beach Bungalows
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... are made of bambo! Heaven!! Looks like a five star resort, with an amazing bar selling yummy cocktails the first hotel to have any drinks other than beer and fizzy drinks. We also headed to the monkey temple today, In the afternoon rain, wasn't expecting much but this temple was basically a home for a lot of monkeys. They were all ...
... the ultimate beach getaway. Maybe its because we're in low season at the moment but we couldn't see it. The place was dead and the beach was unspectacular with more of the black volcanic sand. We think high season must be pretty busy here though as there are loads of guesthouses and some really nice restaurants. We enjoyed being of the few westerners there though. We'd initially planned on staying just ...
... done when you can’t agree on the direction! On top of this we had an Indonesian guy following us on a motorcycle thinking it was his lucky day because he knew we were lost and he just so happened to know the way. Of course he would be happy to show us……for a fee!
However after plenty of meandering around we managed to get back on track and locate the infamous white stones! Not long after we began slowly ascending and we ...
... smell them in the air. Along the way we stopped at some hot springs. They were quite neat with 3 different pools, each with water cascading from spouts at different heights. Hot springs at 35 degrees weren’t terribly alluring so I joined the other shade seekers and got a bottle of iced tea. I kept an eye on belongings and took photos while the others went in.
We arrived at our hotel in Pemuteran and after checking in, had ...
Another long journey from Bromo. We arrived on Bali at night after a bus trip and a ferry trip that was just never ending. Gilimanuk is the first town as you arrive in Bali and we just decided to crash there for a night before continuing tomorrow. We were just too tired to appreciate anything. Once we found a room we went in search of some food. The locals here are very happy people and chatty.