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... A dead straight road heads relentlessly upwards to about 1500m where we come to a stop at a village called Batur and the driver shepherds into an unprepossessing restaurant. OMG though! What a view from the table we are seated at. Straight across to Lake Batur flanked by hills. The photos are a much better explanation. We eat a fairly ordinary, and rather pricey by Balinese standards, buffet but the view is worth it.
Once lunch is done we head back down the straight ...
First impressions of this II hotel. Middle large, clientele mostly Australian, pool mostly for soaking, beach exists but swimming doesn't look good, staff polite but weary of mass of tourists, area is jam packed with hotels and shops for all the tourists, hot but not like inland, and not so humid/wet. Overall vanilla with no cultural surprises to scare away the cautious tourist - ...
A gloriously sunny day and here we are at the port of Benoa gateway to Bali. We are greeted again by music and dancers and more unexpectedly free high speed wifi whoopee so it is time to catch up with you all and read about your news.
So it is time to get out and about, Bali is famous for its beaches and it's artistry, so today we decide to take a tour around and see what we can in this short visit. We decide that visiting the arts and ...
... one day I will get to show you them.
The wreck is located right next to the village, just ask the locals or local dive shops to point you in the right direction. The beach is rocky and not very sandy, but the wreck dive is incredible. Not being trained in Scuba diving, I relied on my skills as a free diver to investigate the wreck. If you are skilled snorkeler and a strong swimmer it’s all you really need. Swimming out the to wreck, you don’t really ...
Bali is an Indonesian island located at the western-most of the Lesser
Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It
is one of the country's 33 provinces, with the provincial capital at
Denpasar towards the south of the island. The island is home to the vast
majority of Indonesia's small Hindu minority, and it is also the
largest tourist destination in the country. Activities on offer include
premium white ...