Bali Niksoma Boutique Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBali Niksoma Boutique Beach Resort Legian
Beautiful spot to stay, with lush, green grounds very comfortable accommodation and views to die for! Had breakfast each morning looking out onto the beach, with the crashing waves, lots of brightly coloured umbrellas flapping in the breeze. There's even an Australan flag flying immediately opposite here! The staff here are just so lovely.
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... street called “Double Six”. The Beach is the best we've seen in Bali and great for beginner surfers.
We hired a car to take us to Ula Watu, one of Bali’s three sea-side temples. On the way to the Temple, we stopped at Padang Padang Beach (popularized by Julia Roberts and her movie “Eat, Pray, Love”). We ...
... meeting 2 more of our Wellington mates, Karen and Luke as we had all booked into the same hotel, the Swiss Belinn in Legian.
The hotel was actually very nice, a bit pricier than what our budget allowed but we were only gonna be there for 2 nights as we're all heading out to the Gili Island’s for New Year then returning to Ubud after to recover. We soon met up with Karen and Luke who were chilling on ...
So today was the day we became Indonesian master chefs (well almost) we had an early start again as we had to be at the restaurant for 9 am. The first stop was Ubud market, for which three of us had to ride on one moped to get there Ubud market is absolutely massive and pretty much sells everything and anything from food to jewellery to clothes and materials and much much more. From 4am to about 12 noon time the food stores are open, ...
... to it. I hope IŽll be able to reinforce my surfing skills in the future.
Day 3: April 7, 2014
Since we started to have itchy feet again we decided to get out of Kuta and discover some other parts of the island. The best but at the same time the most dangerous way how you can go around the island is on a motorbike. We rented one for 48 hours which cost us IDR 80,000. Then we just swore to use helmets and drive very carefully.
First of all, we had ...
... robot. That night we wandered town. Mark had a "black cat" firework thrown at his feet by some hooligan locals and suffered some singed hair. We also had a man lure us across the street to his restaurant by stopping traffic with an official orange light stick so we would have safe passage. The next morning we took a shuttle van with a bunch of other people. We were the last stop, so after over 4 hours we finally reached Tulamben, the diving haven of the ...