Bayshore Villas Candi Dasa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... Four amazing bungalows set in grassy grounds at the side of the beach run by Henri and his family. Our neighbours were a pair of Australians, Liz and Conn, on a round the world motorbike tour, their gleaming steeds parked in front of their balcony prompting, "That's not a bike... THIS is a bike," thoughts as we pulled up with our bicycles. Conn kindly took Steve on a trip to the nearby Port of Lombok for an ATM visit to replenish our ...
... soon entered a thick forest of bamboo. The vegetation began quite thick. One thing you can say about Bali is that is has every shade of green, from yellowish-green almost black green. We passed several “White Water Rafting” companies but the rivers didn’t look like they had much water.
We stopped at a beautiful isolated resort overlooking the gorge below and the volcano in the distance. We were the only guests and we enjoyed our private buffet with ...
... 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 ...
... and lots of choice ! It was so busy we had to stand and wait for a table. I had stir fry noddles with chicken All in all a very successful day, apart from turning up at the temple after it had closed because the communication between the driver and guy from our hotel was so shockingly bad ! I'm now excited to get to sleep in the big comfy double bed, I need to enjoy every second of it because tomorrow were back to our backpacker ...
So the last 4 days I've been on a boat travelling from Lombok down past Komodo island to Flores. It cost about 1.6 million rupiah (£80) and included all food etc... And we slept on the boat, literally on the deck but I had my hammock so I probably had the best sleep out of everyone. The boat somewhat resembles a pirate ship, it's pretty cool! There's 26 of us. Day one we were picked up from out hotels and driven the ...