Travel Blogs from Kuta
... the view was a separate effort all together, trying not to fall over the uneven ground. Definitely very simple camp setup as we were about to find out during what was the WORST Night EVER in a tent. It pays to inquire about 1. The types of mats tour company provides (these were similar to a car tyre thickness...and same softness..ie just rubber. All rocks massaged your back as soon as you lay down. 2. Sleeping bag rating and conditions at night. Sleeping bags ...
Last night after I was settled into my hotel room and had unpacked all my bags and started to settle down and go to sleep there was a knock at my door so I got up and answered the door and it was the hotel managers. They explained that they have made a mistake and have already booked out my room to someone else and they need to move me ...
... shop keepers are back to being very pushy, and it feels more like India again in that way. They all look tired and worn out, and as if the last thing they really want to do is be at their shop, trying to sell tee shirts or fake perfume to tourists. Its rather hard to watch, especially after the relative peace and quiet of Nusa Lambongan and Cambodia, and the complete absence of this in Singapore.
There is a beach here, and we ...
... for light on each one. At regular intervals a plane takes off or lands at the nearby main airport. There is a vendor on the beach selling grilled corn cobs.
I'm served half a dozen King prawns with rice and vegetables and a selection of spicy sauces which I avoid. There is a second dish of fish which my waitress convinced me to order on the basis that portions were small and one kilo was not very much food. I took this to be a translation error and when ...
... I am not really a coffee aficionado, so to a certain extent this was kind of a pearls-before-swine exercise (insert your own joke here), but it is pretty good coffee.
After this we continued downhill and stopped at a fairly big temple complex, built over a spring (fed in turn by the lake in the volcano). The architecture in the temples is incredible, ornate, all straight lines but somehow harmonizing with the jungle around them. ...
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