Travel Blogs from Jimbaran
... teenager in the U.S. They're responsible, respectful, helpful, friendly, and will go out of their way to do whatever it is for you. Their motto here is just smile and things will be fine. This is great for me because I can tend to have 'resting ***** face'. Jont has been reading a book titled "The Miracle of Smile" and spits out a whole bunch of statistics about how smiling can change you for the better. For example, a 5 second smile means 5 more days of life :) ...
... to a red van that whisked us across the tarmac to the plane. We found the whole thing quite amusing. We arrived in Jogjakarta early and a hotel driver met us at the airport and took us to one of the oldest Hindu temples in the world. We clambered about the temple structures with nary a foreigner in sight. There were a couple of Indonesian school groups milling around and they were more interested in taking photos of us than of the temple. We got back ...
... long story short due to rain galore we end up under the tree int eh rain both saturated. It totally can't remember his name but he was very funny and spoke really good English. took a funny photo and then off we went together in the rain. Freezing our butts off doing 20km /hr. Suddenely I am saturated , yet it is sunny and I am driving toward Kuta beach lombok? within two min I have a place to stay Roy's home stay, named after his boy. off I go on a little adventure. ...
... of you bartering with bemos etc all day! Col had a walk around to try and find a room within our budget but Jimbaran is known as "Beverly hills Bali" it's full of resorts etc. The only room within our budget was around 15 min walk from the beach, it was a bit of a rip off for what it was, it smelt damp and we later found out the bed was broken underneath as every time we moved in the night it made the loudest creaking noise ever! We quickly showered (in the cold water) ...
... t allowed to but he would take me. I felt lucky doing this experience when nobody else got the opportunity to do it. Around the edge was like walking on the edge of a cliff and it was windy at some points I got quiet scared of falling. We saw rocks and holes where steam was coming out from the volcano and silly me grabbed a rock to help climb up and burnt my hand. There was some good views from around the edge. We then met ...
Other places to stay in Jimbaran
Jl. Uluwatu II No. 10, Jimbaran | Hotelfrom $26
Jl. Raya Uluwatu II 36, Jimbaran | Hotelfrom $123
Jl. Bukit Permai 5A, Jimbaran | 4 star hotelfrom $165
Jalan Uluwatu 18, Jimbaran | 3 star hotelfrom $177
Jl. Uluwatu, Jimbaran | Hotelfrom $50
Jimbaran Corner, Jimbaran | 4 star hotelfrom $146
Jl. Raya Uluwatu II No. 36 C, Jimbaran | 4 star hotelfrom $136