Serela Hotel Kuta
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... monkey stole his banana. I think he is now rather traumatised as he practically ran back to the car bless him while we tried to figure out how to get past the monkey. Our seafood dinner overlooking a striking temple on the cliff was going great until the same traditional music was back...there was no escape, we could only laugh :P On the drive home we all caught up on some sleep after a long but incredibly day before heading back out. Day 18: Beach bums After a lie in ...
... could rely on our quads engaging at the proper time for us to walk, get out of bed, off chairs and down steps. And forget massage, merely lying down in bed was agony if something touched the quads, let alone another person...no way!
Sorry for the late post on this one, I somehow lost my mojo on this post, Rinjani is an amazing experience and would recommend it as long as you are prepared for some pain.
Again, the photos tell the story better than I can.
Arrived feeling ridiculously tired, but shrugged it off and went shopping and bought nothing, I lie, I bought a dress. It's a little different to what I had thought, don't know what I was expecting, maybe something a little more organised, but what was I thinking, it's Bali! Woke up this morning and felt so much better, still a little tired but ready to go. Had brekky at 7, first one there, was surprisingly really nice, went to the pool and 10 laps, one of ...
I have just spent a wonderful 5 days exploring Bali with mum! We jammed packed our time together from Nyepi to spa treatments to yoga to shopping to cafés and cocktails to Ubud rice fields and Monkey Forrest to gorgeous sunsets and mouth watering food to beach walks and museums! After an amazing 5 days together surprisingly we both held back tears as we said goodbye to each other for 5 months! Again I will let the pictures share the adventures we ...
... value for money combined with the least enjoyable guides I've had.
We travel next to an area on a white sandy beach which is newly being developed as a tourist area. The government is supporting the village with building infrastructure including a steep road cut into the cliff for access. My driver walks with me up and down the paved beach path explaining what he can, then he leaves me when I stop to buy some lunch. The beach is lined with beach chairs ...