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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Bali is probably the most well known of the Indonesian islands but it's actually a bit of an anomaly. The majority of Balinese are practicing Hindus (the rest of Indonesia is mainly Muslim) and the culture has managed to withstand a barrage of westernization. We began our trip in Legian (the grown up version of party-central Kuta) and it was shocking how different it was to Australia given their close proximity. Prices plummeted (we stayed in luxury ...
... one of the roles looked like the bad with wifey out of power rangers! It was good for about 10 minutes but the thing ended up lasting nearer an hour, we were all glad when it finished. Still dont really understand the story of the animal that had a boner. On the way out they tried to sell us the plate that had the pictures they took of us on the way in, we passed on that. When we got back to the car to proceed onto the next attraction there were 4 old ...
... high. Sare would prepare us breakfast as we packed up from the night before, and we always made sure that we cleaned up after us and did our part, so we hope that at no time did Sare feel like our personal slave, and this was thankfully confirmed in several of our many chat with her.
Given our impressions of how she described some previous guests we were far kinder; we engaged with her as much as we could, asking her questions about her life, her work and her family. ...
... Balinese buildings and temples and smelling incense from the daily offerings along the way. We visited the Puri Lukisan museum and admired Balinese artwork and sculptures, went to the Monkey Forest, and even got out of town to explore rice paddies and surrounding temples (look for separate posts to follow). On one of our last nights we went to a traditional Balinese dance show. The traditional dances all tell a story and the costumes were very elaborate. ...
... 2km to the next temple, then a gentle 1,700 stairs (!) up to another 3 temples, including the top most one, we decided against doing an hours detour to see the remaining 2 temples. The walk to the second one was fairly steep, and we could have opted for a motorbike to take us instead, but it turned into a lovely walk – the only thing we could hear was the insects and birds, and the distant calls of groups of monkeys towards the top of the mountain – ...