Cempaka Belimbing Villas
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... coconut for Lenka. the waver were huge but the sea turned to be one of the most dirty we ever saw. loads of garbage was swimming everywhere so we did not bother to much to swim but the crowds of surfers did not seem to bothered by it. My knee was still sore a bit so i had to ditch the idea of renting a board but Lenka was wondering how ...
... wealth in small pockets.
Indonesia as a whole has some incredible statistics. Made up of 17,508 islands (about 6,000 of which are inhabited), and with a population of 238 million, it is the 4th most populated country in the world (behind China, India and the USA). After 3.5 centuries of Dutch colonisation, Indonesia secured independence after the second World War. It is predominantly a Muslim country, but with Bali and its immediate small islands being Hindu dominant. On ...
... and ****** bunk beds that's for sure!
We took a little stroll into the centre of Kuta, ha when I say little I actually mean a long ass trek through dark, shady looking back streets not having a clue where we're going whilst trying to avoid getting mowed down by 1 of the thousands of mopeds tearing about.
Looking back it was a good experience and Andor seemed to have a sublime sense of navigation. Lucky for me because when it comes ...
... I hadn't made yet another terrible mistake! In the evening we returned to 'Graze' for an evening meal. We had looked through the menu in the morning so knew more or less what we would be ordering. The food was excellent, only small portions but very tasty. Gede came over to talk to us again; mostly about the food he had enjoyed during his time in the UK. We left the restaurant around 20:30 and returned to the hotel for another quiet ...
If you don't surf, don’t like to relax, and don’t like to meet great local people, don’t go to Medewi. I heard about Medewi looking for a place that was tucked away from the crowds of much of Bali and I found it. This beach is a small nugget tucked away off the main road that has a few surf shops, a couple restaurants, an internet café or two, and a bunch of cool locals(that ...