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... not, and I venture to say that Kuta, Bali has its share of similar contrasting sentiments. Kuta Bali may not be a written-in-stone return destination point for us, but we can appreciate how it could be for others, and we left with some good memories. What more can one ask for?
Now we make our way to Ubud, the cultural heart and soul of Bali, and our final destination on this year's Dreamchaser's Adventure.
... the area what kind of fenced off with buoys and rings. But the snorkels actually worked and the coral and fish were amasing. I saw lots of colourful stripy fish, bright yellow triangular ones and lots of tiny and a few quite large fish. You could also see people taking their first diving lessons. I was having a great time, and because I was a little delicate I decided to keep my life jacket on so that I wouldn't have to worry about swimming and I could just bob around. After a while ...
... There was a loud crash from down in the crater and I decided it was probably time to leave, given the last eruption was only three years ago. Tootled back down the volcano and back to the jeep. We grabbed breakfast in Cemora Lawang and hopped into a minibus taxi back to Probolinggo, deciding we had enough time to get back to Surabaya without chartering our own car this time! Once in Probolinggo, we got ...
... The people who work at Ruma Roda are Eeluh, the wonderful young woman who really co-ordinates a lot of the looking after of the guests, and is always good-naturedly helpful and smiling. Darma, the pool cleaner and general helper, Putuh and Kedek are cooks and Komang, the junior all round helper, and Wayan, the temple offerings maker
Part of the friendly atmosphere at Ruma Roda is due to the constant good spirits of these young people, who smile ...
... thudding out over the town. We didn't stay out for long. We walked into a shopping mall which was a little tamer, and had a good look around the various 'brand' shops as well as individual market stalls. I didn't buy anything as I still wasn't sure about the currency and how to convert to UK pounds, but had my eye on a few things. We returned to our hotel room around 22:00. We could still hear the music from outside but it wasn't so bad that we couldn't get to ...