Villa Diana Bali
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... at local little villages. Each village had there own trade. We stopped at two. The first being a shop where they make and sell silver and gold. This was some sight to see, and after we saw how they made the jewellery it was time to look at the finished products in the shop. They were some amazing pieces with some amazing prices. Obviously we didn't buy anything. The next one we went to was a village where wood carving was the trade. We went into the work shop and saw the ...
... us he's not really a guide and that the money we pay goes straight to his boss so basically the poor boy had been sent on our trip and won't get a penny more for doing so! The walk to the first waterfall took about twenty minutes and the scenery around us was beautiful, rainforest, rivers and hill too views over the landscape surrounding the Rinjani mountain. When we got there, we saw some monkeys and a few people around enjoying the views and taking pictures and ...
... just starting up… not that half of the bars/nightclubs appealed to me, or my financial status.
So we just stuck to trusty bintang (as we had been the whole duration of our bali trip) $3 for a large bottle to share between two of us, can't complain at all. We were in Legian the longest for all of the stops in Bali, and spent the days either in around the hotel pool doing what we have became good ...
... for dinner.
That day turned out to be our only day outside Kuta (later IŽll explain why) so I tried to put down some general observations I had made on Bali.
- Bali has a great infrastructure which may sound surprising. All the main roads look like new, their surface is well marked and there are no potholes.
- There is a lot of verdure on the island so we sometimes felt like driving through the jungle. Most villages werenŽt completely ...
... RPI! Yes! I did well! After walking back to the hotel and going a for a little swim in the pool, we had to get ready for dinner.
Tonight we met a friend for dinner. We met Jonas back in New Zealand where we had shared a dorm room in Dunedin and then met again at another hostel in Christchurch. Jonas is from Germany and is travelling on his own. He's been in Bali for a while longer than us so far, so he met us at our hotel and led us through the busy streets ...