Temple Cafe & Seaside Cottages
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... with a small pool and we removed the cushions on their wicker chairs as our bottoms were still wet. They brought us 3 glass of cold red wine. Just when you think you’ve ordered something idiot proof, someone invents a better idiot. None of us were particularly impressed with red wine out the fridge, but we drank it anyway as we worked out, keeping it in your mouth for a few seconds warmed it up and therefore revealed the original taste - that had ...
... meter. We learnt how to clean our goggles under water and how to get water out of them. We then went to about 9m and swam around the edge of the reef. It was so cool to see everything from a depth. We could look up at the snorkelers above us. We saw lots of fish and coral. It was beautiful down there. Lots of bright colours from all around. We came back up to the surface and got back onto the boat for some lunch which was very good. We then went around to our second site ...
... note, as long as you know the food is being cooked fresh it will be ok and as for seafood, I would leave it unless you know where it has come from. Other than that I say give it a go, you may be pleasantly surprised.
I will say though that the best dish I have had yet in Bali was a Nasi Campur which is pork & chicken cooked 5-6 different ways served with deep fried corn fritters, Aram (local vegetable), Jackfruit curry, fried tofu & rice. Oh my goodness ...
Bali is a small island only 95 miles wide and 69 miles from top to bottom. It features some of the world's best diving and surfing areas and white sand beaches. This unique island is home to beautiful beaches, volcanoes and terraces of rice patties. There is a rich in diversity and it is full of mysticism and spirituality. There are temples everywhere. The Balinese are famous for being skilled craftsmen, artists and ...
... it plain and simple was well, a psycho. I called shot gun and regretfully wished I hadn't. I felt as though we were in a drag race and saw my life flash in front of me about 17 times. He kept honking as if all the traffic, chickens, stray dogs, motor bikes, and everything else in our way would just vanish. He kept huffing and puffing like the magic dragon and I just sat there watching the show unfold. A bowl of popcorn would've done me well in those moments. ...