Bayshore Villas Candi Dasa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids pool
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... in Senggigi following our ferry crossing. We've definitely been spoiled by the level of accommodation and routes since Java. This is soon to change as we move to more remote islands like Flores later this week - back to the joys of bucket showers and squat toilets. The other luxury to which we've grown accustomed is the frequency of decent stops for cold drinks along each day's route. Since Java, you can usually find one of the two largest mini-mart chains - Indomaret or ...
... of the corruption which continues to be a problem in Indonesian society. The first snorkelling stop was at a resort which, following a dispute with the police, had been burnt to the ground by those not entirely law-abiding officers. The local animals even got into the act, with monkeys mischievously stealing food from boats.
However, the main reason for the trip was to visit the Komodo ...
... you come to Senggigi to party?! It just isn’t that kind of place!)
We move rooms the next day and sort our plans out for the rest of Indonesia. We decide to head back to the Gilis for a couple more days, though this time heading to the much smaller and quieter Gili Air, then to head back to southern Bali earlier than planned as Linda wants to take advantage of the shopping opportunities that were evident when we ...
... are informed it takes good physical fitness and a lot of stamina. Some hikers have died trying to climb this mountain. It is a two day hike and the first night we will camp out at 3,000 feet from the summit. It's warm at the start of the hike but it will be cold at the campsite at night.
We are a group of maybe 10 people. Some of us are solo travelers, like myself, and there are a few young couples. Most of them are in their late 20's.
We hire porters ...