Sandat Hotel Legian
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Kuta & Legian (og lidt Seminyak), 3 nætter
At nå Balis strande, var ikke helt ligeså nemt som forventet. En bustur der skulle have varet 10 timer, blev til en lang rejse på over 13 timer med både minibus, stor bus, færge og så minibus igen. Den længste strækning foregik i den store bus og var egentlig behageligt …
... As we made our way from here towards the mountains rain clouds covered the sky and would soon cover us. Our second stop was a plantation at which you were able to sample an array of coffees and teas for free. Vicky ended up having around eight free samples - Ginger Coffee/Tea, Ginseng Coffee, Bali Coffee, Lemongrass Tea, Lemon Tea etc and I sipped on a hot chocolate briefly. The location for this was on the slope of a hill across from which rice terraces were ...
... Bohdi, was waiting for me. He met me with a much appreciated bottle of water and we were off from Denspar to Kuta. The streets were narrow, dogs were sleeping on the sidewalks and a surprising amount of motorbike traffic was zooming around. I had promised, I would not under any circumstances ride a motorcycle/scooter while here and after seeing them dogging around traffic that's an easy promise to keep. The 20 minute ride seemed over in a matter of minutes and tucked ...
... a campervan and making the 1500mile journey back down to the Gold Coast / Byron Bay and further onto Sydney. We will certainly continue to blog our journey so watch this space. Finally for this blog, a run down of our South East Asia journey. Not only as a conclusion and reminder to ourselves of the wonderful and very special experience we have had, but to help friends and other readers who perhaps are debating (no debate required - do it!!!) a trip in ...
... had a few people in it, but they were all on their iPads or sleeping - it was so different than the hostel atmospheres that I've encountered so far on this trip. Oh well. I grabbed a book and my camera and headed to the beach to catch the sunset. Normally not fussed about being alone, as I wandered the familiar streets of this large southeast Asian city, I couldn't help but feel sad. It's funny how you can get so attached to the people you meet in only a few days. As I made my way ...