Gajah Mina Beach Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... a toaster and some sliced white bread was left on the side). The next day was our city sightseeing day which started in Merdeka square which is Malaysian for 'independence'. The square used to have a cricket pitch back in colonial times but still had a large green and a huge flagpole. It felt quiet as the road round the square had been closed off for the Diwali holiday. The city felt very cosmopolitan with a variety of nationalities living and working there. Around ...
... very spicy, bloody delicious and only 2dollars or just over a quid! I left my surfboard and bag filled with stuff I wouldn't need, put on my backpack, jumped on my scooter and began my trip down to Uluwatu on the very most south west tip of Bali. Surprisingly, although still chaos, the main highways are not as bad as the normal roads, they are tarmaced, people don't weave insanely between gaps that would only have enough space left to fit a spoon each side. ...
As we have had quite a few chilled days in the more touristy areas of Bali we wanted some culture out of the day. We decided to visit a near by temple called Pura Tanah Lot. In English it is called The Temple of the Sun. It is located on the beach in the sea. Apparently it is one of the best places to see the sunset in Bali so we couldn't miss it. We walked around Seminyak in the morning to find a good deal for a lift there. We ended up having a really ...
One day we have hired a driver and he picked us up with a vintage yellow VW. He was funny and drove us where ever we wanted. I have chosen to surround the southern peninsula and to stop at various nice beaches and at the Uluwatu temple. It was worth it. The first beach in the west was Baland beach. It was high tide and with the waves perfect for surfers. The green ...
... challenge, but two larger than life Aussie women who disturbingly resembled the Viz characters ‘The Fat Slags’. After filling their boots with burgers and fries they simultaneously slumped back on a wooden bench. Needless to say it was having none of it and the back gave way in an instance, causing them to fall through it. Everyone in the place turned around and it was hard not to laugh or at the very least shout ‘struth’, ...