Travel Blogs from Kuta
... the right strings it is sounding wonderful and is such a lovely backdrop to our days by the beach.
I’ve mentioned before that the couple who owns our Warung has a little girl who is here most ...
... lounge via a few souvenir shops.
Garruda airlines was pretty good. For one, they were on on time and safe. The only criticisms were that the food was a little miserly and bland and there was no beer or on board.
... but they asked politely and we took pictures with them. Though, a pair of blonde bombshells in barely there bikinis tanning got far more pictures with the locals than we did, there was a proper queue running there.
Among the things we explored in Kuta, were:
- a music shop that sold all kinds of Balinese musical instruments. I bought one stick with dried nuts that when you shake them they're pretty loud. I use it in my classroom :)
- Balinese massages ...
... I had done something different with my facial hair. I was pretty freaked because we didn't have all that much time to wiggle with this kind of thing. I said no. Kelcy took note from the booth across the same island. I said that I had been losing weight. She looked again and then said that I had lost a bunch. I was so relived but also flattered. At Lebua in Bangkok I weighed myself and was 215, a number I haven't been in over a decade.
... and Borneo (with Christmas approaching) children and adults alike called him Santa Clause.
After Christmas we were sure no one would have a comment anymore, but one chap said " you look just like KFC's uncle", we had a good laugh.
When we went snorkelling around Gili Islands, two young Islamic ladies come with us. All the time in Indonesia I got so hot just looking at them with their layers of clothing ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking