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TravelPod Member ReviewsBudha's Guesthouse Kuta
Very quiet small guest house. Very nice gardens. We had a room on the first floor, with air-con. £12 a night, cant go wrong really. Staff very friendly and helpful to us.
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Bali still looks exactly the same from when we came here last year, road works still going on and loads of hotels still being built. The people haven't changed either, we seen Bagus today (our beach bar friend we made last year) he was chuffed to see us and was asking loads of questions about home. He was also giving us loads of tips for when we go …
... because I found myself already. Today, I know who I am, like I never did before! I didn't feel Ia need.. But every day I am getting to know my sisters from different angles, and that will never change till the rest of my life. And since I found myself...I wanted to see what mischief my soul sistars are up for....Ohhhh...If only they knew....I wonder if they know how bog of a trouble makers they are;)
Sure thing is...I had fun on both!
... had on this trip! The next day we rented a motorbike for a whopping £3 and drove down south to the peninsular, and Uluwatu temple. Thought we'd see one last temple before our trip of Asia ends! This one was in a beautiful location, hanging off a cliff. We walked along the boundaries, along the vertiginous clifftops. The ocean was so turquoise and grass so green and it was so vibrant. We had to wear a nice purple sarong for dignity, and we walked amongst ...
Up far too early after a relaxing week to head back to Kuta before we fly out to Australia! We decided to get the fast boat back from Gili T and it was hands down the scariest mode of transport I have ever been on!! The sea was so so rough and the small boat with about 50 people on it was going far to fast for my liking, the captain did not care and I actually thought we were going to flip over and that would be the end of me ...
... not, and I venture to say that Kuta, Bali has its share of similar contrasting sentiments. Kuta Bali may not be a written-in-stone return destination point for us, but we can appreciate how it could be for others, and we left with some good memories. What more can one ask for?
Now we make our way to Ubud, the cultural heart and soul of Bali, and our final destination on this year's Dreamchaser's Adventure.