Gajah Mina Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It's the usual boring, never ending, tiring, irritating, unnecessarily complicated story (I could go on) of our journey from Taipei to Bali but do not worry I'll save you the pain and deal with it alone. One thing I will say though is that Malaysian Airlines really need to step up their game. I mean, they are certainly not anyone's no1 airline at the moment with their recent devastating history and from my ...
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 ...
... that we should come back in the high season to see the beaches real beauty. The beach its self was narrow and lined with local huts. I was not able to walk very far due to the garbage and the packs and very angry and very aggressive dogs that call the beach home. they were very territorial of the garbage. There was so much garbage that chickens and pigs root through it for food and children comb through it for bottles and scrap metal. Its a scene that makes you hate yourself ...
Today we drove to Lovina on a very scenic road and ejoyed going to the market, seeing monkeys and stopping at the hot springs.
While driving on the scenic road - it was a real adventure, as for parts it wasn't really a road and we drove through tiny villages and saw loads of mango, banana and cocoa trees. I've never really seen the cocoa trees so I asked them to stop and took a couple of pictures. The cocoa bean has ...
... After landing in KL we secured a Taxi for a ride into the city to have a quick dinner...and prolong our painful good bye! Amanda then escorted us to the train station where we spent our last few moments together before boarding a train to the airport. After hugs and tears and more hugs and tears we are on our way home. But the best part is....she will be home in 4 months!!! Amanda...thank you for the adventure of a life time...we love you and are very proud of ...