Travel Blogs from Bali
... in the main, busier part on our way back for two nights in a half finished hotel which was pretty gross but very cheap. They even had that old traditional bathing method of a bucket and tap and scoop so you sort of dose yourself in water, but we had been spoiled and we didn't mind. We may have been dumbstruck by the pretty mini goldcoast surf shops around and spent enough on a decent bikini each! We tried out Kuta's night life and wished we hadn't for the hangover the next day.. Argh all ...
... incredible landscapes and views. My perspective on life has changed as well as who I am as a person. Life has so much more meaning to me than it ever has before and I intend on continuing to live it to the fullest. I am so unbelievably grateful for my life, my arms, my legs, my health and the love that surrounds me. This was the best thing that has ever happened to me…besides David of course ;) I look to the future with open arms and know that the next adventure is just waiting around the ...
... occasionally awoken by the bus stopping at different points). Between the long walks around Vancouver with my friend Dan and the seamless conversation that is forever the joint property of good friends, no matter how long they've been apart, two days passed with ease. Then suddenly I was at the SkyTrain station, then hugging Dan goodbye, then on the train. And I was alone. Imagine it is your first time skydiving. You are a thousand feet up in the air. You ...
... arrived. They didn't, so it was used as a mushroom farm (eww), but we were impressed by their planning. A* for effort. To celebrate the balmy weather, we decided to have a BBQ back at Annah's. We also baked chocolate steam pudding, complete with custard (cold, of course).
On Sunday, we went to a small french-inspired market where we treated ourselves to some delicious homemade pastries for brekkie. With some much needed fuel inside us, Annah took us to see the black-sanded ...
... s shoulder, the absolute ruler of the house. On
several occasions she instructed her poor husband to show us a nice road
towards the sea, to bring us to the bus and to make Indonesian tea for us.
After Balian beach we went to Kuta. It’s a Chersoneses/Ibiza
sort of place for young Australian party animals that want to drink, party and
eat ' magic mushrooms’, for them its only 2 hours flying to Indonesia. This ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking