Poinciana Oceanside Resort & Retreat Centre
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... and I stopped to listen. The survey was a general one about when we arrived, how long of a stay, age, traveller type etc. no personnel info, future plans, or anything to lead them to know where or what we would be doing in the future. We continued on to Komodo and as always, our plans changed several times until we found ourselves back here in Bali. We had booked into a hotel for ...
... consecutive years. The school chief, Frank, is a native who grew up by Kuta beach. Surfing ability as well as teaching the skill naturally rest in him. Whatever word he speaks on surfing will offer motivation, encouragement and insights. He would coach you five lessons without any skate or snowboard.
Soon you will learn to cope with and get used to the salty waters. You will get used to being pounded, pulled and pushed around.
... for the day) ate breakfast. Then after driving for half an hour the driver suddenly said 'so where do you want to go first'. Ketut and I had agreed 8.30 was a good pick up time from our hotel to get us to the Batbulan village for 9am to see the 9.30 traditional dance performance. He clearly hadn't translated this properly to his mate, the driver, and so we wouldn't be able to make it to the performance in ...
Sarah and my plan for the day was to wake up and go spend the day lapping up the sun at a cool beach bar and pool. However this wasn't a reality as we woke to some torrential rain. Still though we went out and explored Kuta. We walked through the floods in our rain macs avoiding ...
... base of the mountain. We arrived around 12:30am, met our guide and his sister, as well as the other chap that was doing the hike with us, and set off around 1:00am.
We all had head torches for the first leg of the hike and it was all uphill. The first bit was a nice climb up a well-maintained trail; a butt-buster but not too challenging. The last hour or so to the top was a lot of scrambling and ...