Bale Sampan Bungalows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... and there she was - the most gorgeous-ist green turtle in the history of forever! She was huge - easily over a metre long and was just chilling under a little overhang on the reef. I got so close to her and I could see her eye dilating as she focused on me. I floated next to her in the water for nearly 15 minutes - she was so beautiful. If I wasn't seriously low on air then I would have stayed there watching her for hours. It was the best birthday present!
Truly we must be relaxed as the days are blurring together in a beautiful fog of swimming, eating and reading…happy faces
The Woodstock breakfast certainly set us up well, fruit, organic smoothies, coffee, eggs, hash browns, toast with organic jam – yum! They serve it all day, just in case you need a lie-in or have a hangover, probably the best breakfast we have had in Indo, certainly beats the grey pancake we had in Riung a ...
... we also left Kuta for two nights in Canggu just a bit north on the western coast. Echo Beach is a great place for surfing but not swimming. The sand is not the best and the water is always rough. Krista was here with her sister for surfing lessons. On our only full day here we went to see the coveted Tanah Lot. Supposed to be Bali's number one attraction. We did not find it so at all. It was bland and too overrun by tourism. After parking our rental bike we had ...
... They were worth the adventure - very cold and refreshing with lush green surrounds.
I spent the evening negotiating for a guide up the mountain. I had a choice of one man who was prepared to take me up as a single trekker or go with a group of up to ten people. The owner with whom I would go with a group of ten said he is the only business who does treks everyday outside of the peak season and if I go back and negotiate with the other man, the other ...
... As there are no cars here we had to catch a house and cart to our hotel. Quite a bumpy ride and i felt sorry for the poor little horses. Here we have had lunch and dinner at seaside restaurants, watched the sunset over Bali, enjoyed a seafood BBQ (well I watched) and swam and drink beers by the hotel pool. That's a lot to fit into one ...