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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... the easiest to fool. I am very very happy that I decided to book Lapoint camp next on, because what I did not realize is that Lapoint collaborates with Ripcurl and I will continue their lessons! What I love so much about the Ripcurl lessons is that they have a well-structured program that is built around learning something new every single day. And even I was able to pretty much keep up! They helped me from wobbling around on a foamy in ...
... experience that will shape us all (especially Sam) profoundly.
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Beautiful Bali, relatively small island. Mt. Agung is highest peak (3142m), an active volcano with no recent eruptions but with a large steam vent on its flank. Population 4,250,000; 90% Hindu; located between Java and Lombok. Bisakeh, the Mother Temple, is a huge temple complex (34 temples) high on Mt. Agung, built in 8th C when Hinduism was first introduced. Land of temples. Four categories of ...
... up almost every time! After our lesson Scott and I spent an hour in the waves. The waves here can get up to 2 and a half meters high so it's a lot of fun going wave jumping! The rest of the day was spent at the local public pool at Headquaters hotel before heading out for dinner and an early night! We plan to explore a little more of Bali before leaving on Thursday so are hoping to book a day trip to Ubud tomorrow! We're still having fun. Still feeling blessed. And still loving ...