Travel Blogs from Kuta
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We are deciding what we really want to do here as we don't have enough time left for everything as travel is so slow, taking full days to get anywhere and we don't want to be paying to extend the visa for just a couple of days when Australia is just around the corner. We've also been looking at places to rent in Aus and it looks like we shall be living in a box for a ...
... fourth, 'Ketut'!
He brought us for dinner in Kuta nearby our hotel, where we had nasi padang which was almost similar to our Indian food. It was definitely a fulfilling dinner and a great start for us in Bali.
We checked in at Bakung Sari Hotel and was greeted warmly by the hotel staff who also taught us a few Indonesion words and phrases.
That's all for our first night in ...
... experience was not bad... Not bad at all. I'll be returning to the islands and additionally Lombok for some walking and sunning in the less rainy seasons. some potentially less populated locations, (for an island). I will now be off after 4 nights of excellent Gili T memories to the dodgy Kuta of Bali... where I think I'll hide out in my room before playing in the airport and heading off to another ...
... and quickly reach the market, where we meet the cook/guide and more "students". Here the adventure starts, it's hot, crowded, people are negotiating, carrying groceries, preparing offerings, eating and smells are strong (think of durian fruit, ginger, tumeric, dried fish, chillies, and much more, all these smells combined!). Our cook explains all the main food categories: desserts, fish, vegetables, fruits, spices as well as cooking utensils, offerings and textile ...
... you as well. The streets are so congested it's very rare that the cars/bikes are going very fast at any time. On our way back there was a dump truck full of men just standing. It was absolutely packed full and I think they were all riding to work that way. On our hunt for a bookstore we found a department store with about 5 levels and anything you could possibly think of. We went to the travel section hoping we would find a book but no luck. We tried asking one of the workers there and ...
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