Travel Blogs from Bali
... by a group of young girls who seemed to be on a break from school. They were intrigued by us and loved to ask us 'what's your name?' and then giggle when we responded. When we reached a short wall dividing the stream acting as a mini damn the girls took off their uniform, jumped in then swam away, just like that. Our guide was laughing so I guess maybe they were skiving from school or something to have some fun. The walk to the first waterfall called Sedang ...
... br> We were in good mood at the end of the day because we felt like we were finally having holidays. No moving from one place to another, no worries, no schedule, no sightseeing, just chilling on the beach or by the pool, sunbathing, reading, writing…the best place to relax ever! And this was only beginning :)
Day 2: April 6, 2014
Even though we set the alarm clock for 11.30 we woke up much earlier. You must certainly wonder why we set up the ...
... There is a lot of statues just around this whole place, everywhere you go there is a bunch of statues together.
I just want to say everything in Bali is so interesting like every building I see I just have to stay there for a bit to look at them a bit longer than usual just to find out what they are.
The Elephant Cave itself is actually smaller inside. As you enter through the dark, skinny passage, the cave ends in an intersection. I've been ...
... only horses and carts and bicycles. Soon as we arrived we ditched our stuff at the hostel and rented bikes cost about £1.50 for the rest of the day. It only takes about an hour to cycle around the island. First we cycled one way and stopped at a beautiful beach shack for lunch. We sat in a wooden hut over the beach and had pizza and cocktails! No one else was on the beach or in the sea it was ...
... and we still had just over a week to play with. We could've stretched ourselves and headed over to Nusa Lembongan and back again in time - but we did not. We sprawled out at the BEST hostel down 100 rocky steep uneven stairs and found a place that we loved. The owner was called Gede (In Bali there are only around 4 first names, you're named according to birth order) and he was mildly good looking and too chilled out, his hostel was kind of made of bamboo I suppose? There were signs ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking