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... little restaurants so we had lunch there. After that we drove to the beach at Seminyak where we found great lounge café so we stayed there for the afternoon chilling, sunbathing and swimming. There are reasonably high waves on this coast so there are quite a lot of surfers around. Some of them have some kind of construction on their motorbikes so they can carry them, funny to see. We stayed there until around 6 than drove to Buzz café where we had a coffee and ...
... its influence is clear and distinct in Bali's arts, crafts and dance.
For those who wish to experience Bali's colourful culture, festivals are a great time to visit the island. The likes of Galungan that is celebrated all throughout the island, Nyepi that is celebrated on the day after the new moon of the ninth month and Saraswati, a celebration of the goddess of wisdom and knowledge are among the most prominent cultural festivals in the ...
... Villa Madhya and Putu our driver. Such lovely friendly people. It took us about 25 minutes to get to our Villa.
It lives up to all the pictures we had seen. It’s quite beautiful. Ari gave us a guided tour and passed on all the housekeeping information and then we sorted ourselves out with a room each. Ruth and I opted for upstairs and Sharon has the downstairs room. It was pretty hot and sticky and our free Bintang beers were in ...
... a few kilometres. Every inch of land space in Kuta, Bali, is developed, and its beaches are similarly covered three umbrellas deep as far as the eye can see. If I could take you back, just for a moment, to recall the family of goats and herd of water buffalo that passed by "my office" at my beachside hotel restaurant every morning in Kuta, Lombok, you will understand why I think of Kuta, Bali as its polar opposite.
Because we ...
... we will be here in Indonesia. We like it here, but we also want time in Australia and New Zealand before the bank account is dry, so now we get to start actually planning more than we have the whole rest of the trip combined, I think. Turns out, planning a trip is HARD. I am glad we haven't tried to do much planning before this! Its really fun to think out where to spend our birthdays- I think I am hoping for Hobbiton for Feb ...