The Shore Villa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... more than my fair share of waves at last. Bali, faith in you is somewhat restored, but please don't leave me hanging that long if I decide to come back. Now I'm leaving (on a high) I'm feeling really weird about going going 'home', but only for two days and then going 'home home' (if that makes sense). I've lived a life for the past few months though, and I'll embrace whatever change awaits me in England. The last of my love ...
Charlie and I headed north in search of diving, discoveries and dolphins and boy did we get what we were looking for.
Lovina is the only place we really got hassled in Bali. I blame the fact that is wasn't really tourist season so we were pounced upon by anyone who spotted us. Which, lets get real, was everyone. People would pull over their various means of transport and offer us tours, taxis and anything else you can imagine. We played it safe and booked things with ...
... to complain about torn seat and banged up body for $9/day. After a brief lesson in the parking lot, Gwynn clambered aboard and we were off- weaving at first- but eventually getting the hang of it. For the record, I don't think I've been on a motorbike for 30 years. So, rather they get ourselves killed, I took it nice and slow. Gwynn complained from the back that old ladies were passing us. ...
... blocks selling just about everything you can imagine. Neither of us enjoys souvenir shopping, but we would definitely buy something in Indonesia if we weren't traveling for months after this. We love so many of the trademark arts and crafts here.
In the evening, we went to a Balinese dance performance at one of the temples. We saw the kecak dance, which was originally a trance ritual accompanied by a male chorus. It developed into a dance that tells a story ...
The next morning we woke up and decided we wanted to trek up Mount Rijani on the island of Lombok. The trek is three days and two nights and has to be done with a guide. The guide therefore supplies all the camping gear and food and brings along a porter to carry it. We spent the early part of the day organizing a tour which was really easy because the guys from Chez had given us the phone number to the guide they used. The guide met us ...