Gajah Mina Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... drove North through a few of the other towns nearby and then wondered off onto ...
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 ...
... with a very subtle sharpness. If only we could get these in the UK!
Returning to the restaurant, we took our seats in the training kitchen, as Made ran through the ingredients and recipes for the day. Making the spice pastes from scratch, mixed vegetables, twisted pork sate, Balinese chicken curry and banana fritters. Involved in the various stages, we each undertook different tasks to produce the food, and on completion of each dish, sat down to enjoy it before embarking ...
... citizen in its own country along with United Nations protested and begged and pleaded not to? Why did the United States also feel compelled to stomp into villages of innocent people and kill fathers, mothers, and children all for the sake of the untested domino effect of communism which occurred throughout the country and Southeast Asia regardless! Why did the United States resort to chemical warfare after stating it would not, poisoning the land, the people and affecting up ...
... until midday. The bus took around 15 mins to reach the shops, which turned out to be a purpose built complex of designer stores set inside the resort of Nusa Dua. We were a little dissapointed as we imagined that Nusa Dua would have more traditional shops and a 'centre' such as Ubud and Sanur, but this was not the case. Although there were shops selling traditional goods, textiles and handicrafts, leather, batik, woodcarving, and ...