Travel Blogs from Kuta
... in the open...or find a rock where thousands have gone before you. And you can be assured....whatever you are stepping on....is Human Waste. (Apart from the few dogs that followed us from Pos 1).
Any whooooooo if you ignore the small issue of waste management, or total lack of....the cradle rim is a magical view, the volcano is spectacular especially the view of the mini one inside.
Our camp was set downhill from the view of the crater. So going ...
... Melinda's birthday, turning 26 again. The day before we got brave and tried newbie surfing lessons via local boys Palau Biru Surf and were presented with a framed photo of our memory of the experience the next day! What a lovely surprise and masses of respect for those that can actually surf. We both lost skin off feet, hands, legs and ended up bruised and battered. One hour of trying to stand up on the 'foamy' wash and we were exhausted...and a ...
... streets, sharing the space with countless pedestrians, countless more scooters, and the odd determined taxi navigating its way through streets about a foot wider than the vehicle itself.
Busy, crazy, noisy, and filled with a diverse population of tourists of all ages, some of whom had obviously been coming here for decades, Kuta Bali in many ways reminded me of Bangkok, Thailand. Some people love Bangkok, as we do, but ...
... we used up the rest of our time there.
Papa who is now determined not to have another bite of Indonesian dishes which for him are overly soaked in spices get to choose where to eat. And to stay away from local foods we always wind up at dull, highly commercialized fast food chains.
We were planning to try the infamous but legal magic mushroom just for the heck of trying ...
... produced by the seawater is rather therapeutic. Here we can see tourists trying to take pictures of themselves with the picturesque background of the wave, which seem angry with the coast working their poweress to erode the coast, as though they are trying to expand their territory. We soon find ourselves couldn't resist the calling of the temple. By the time, the path linking the shore and the temple is hardly visible. We ask Arlan if it is okay for us to visit the temple, ...
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Raya Legian St. 120, Kuta | Innfrom $14