Bali Prime Villas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
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... the procession which led to the beach where a funeral pyre was built to burn the body. I nervously shot some pictures to give some idea of what this fascinating ceremony looks like.
I don't think that this is on the regular guided tour of Bali. You just have to be lucky to run into one of ...
... or at least a much more obvious thing in S.E. Asia then in the UK. A certain level of familiarity means that in Malaysia we hardly notice the calls to prayer at 5am and the Chinese shrines. In Bali most people are Hindu and there are shrines and temples everywhere. Outside every house and shop you also come across little bamboo leaf trays filled with flowers, a sweet or a cigarette and an incense stick burning in it. These offerings are made 3 times a day and the pavements are littered ...
... and clubbing! The 'Rock Bar' was where we spent a good 4 hours sipping cocktails and grazing on tapas whilst watching the sunset... this is supposedly the best spot in all of Bali to watch the sunrise... and we won't disagree with that! It was also a relief for my belly to have some Western cuisine... I was feeling a bit Nasi/Mie Goreng'ed out! Nasi/Mie Goreng are local Indonesian dishes costing normally a mere 2 pounds in most places, ...
Okay, so... I know everyone thinks of Bali as paradise, wonderful white beaches, perfect for surfing, beautiful sunset and friendly people. And, for goodness sake, it does have all that! But I don't understand how everyone can possible like to come to Kuta. Walking through the streets where EVERYONE will try to sell you their stuff or service, and they all have the same rubbish, and they all get ****** if you walk away after only glancing at their things with a hint of ...
... been here only two days and I now have a rough idea what beer should cost, some simple phrases, that bargaining is a must and have eaten with the locals at little hole in the wall restaurants for all my meals (except the free breakfast at the hostel).
As many of you know, I plan very little in advance and tend to go where the wind takes me. However, I still like to have my first hostel booked and a clear idea about how to get out of the airport. For both of these ...