Sandat Hotel Legian
- 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 …
... and entered into the open seas, I marvelled at the sudden change in colour. The sea had turned from a murky, polluted brown, to a pristine, clear blue. I gazed over the edge of our speedboat and could literally see the bottom of the ocean, yet in the distance I could still see Semporna. It was miraculous and as the journey progressed the splendour only grew. Dotted around the centre of the ocean, amidst this pristine oasis, were numerous wooden houses built on stilts or ...
... turns out we didn’t see a single monkey, so the guy with the air rifle at the top (seriously) was superfluous to requirements). We had a good yarn with old Jovi, and gave him about a $1 to buy himself a Bintang, and he was stoked. So it was back in the car (love that air con) and homeward bound, though we struggled to keep our eyes open on the way back.
Another (predictable) cheap Cendana dinner then an early night before tomorrow’s 3am wakeup ...
... I was completely overwhelmed. Following the peace and quiet of KK, where the one club was a relatively modest affair, the strip of Kuta was an assault on the senses. Lights like Vegas, bass like Ibiza and drunken (Australian) girls lolling everywhere like Magaluf. It was wholly unappealing to be honest, and I understood why British holidaymakers must be such a burden on locals. Not dissuaded, we settled down in Apache bar, a lively joint with live music. Rinsing their ...
... but he clarified by asking for '30% for luck'. Surely what had kept his car from hitting anything was a little more than 30%. Anyhow for fear of sounding an annoyed Brit abroad, I have one more gripe on Kuta Beach, Denpasar. Walking down the Main Street was similar to walking in the countryside as a kid (stay with me here). I remember walks in Kent when, trudging through thickets that indicated a veering from the ...