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... drive me to the hotel. The bidding war started and a small little man with a huge scar on his face won, who then brought me to my hotel on a small scooter for little over 4 Euro. The Hotel itself is nothing special and is located in one of the busy market streets in Kuta. After check-in I decided to take a little walk across the market which wasn't the best experience. Being a very touristic location I was approached at every store and offered at ...
... our parking lot, and share local Balinese liquor called Arak. It's pretty damn strong - about 30%25 proof, I think. Anyway, one cup is shared among the entire group - one takes a shot, and another shot is poured for the next person. We keep passing the cup. Some people like mixing the arak with coke, so we have a can of coke in the middle for anyone to use. This is the interesting part - even though we all SHARE one cup to drink ...
... visitation to this temple is always cast aside in my previous stays in Bali. I was glad to have been able to make this trip this time round. As usual, once we paid for the tickets, our guide brought us through the split gates of the temple. Prior to approaching the temple gates, Arlan pointed out to us the buddhist stupa just outside the temple grounds. He further told us that this is the only Balinese temple that features a buddhist structure on the island. The stupa is ...
... road. Our driver said that people get killed nearly every day and it's not surprising!
Along the roadside we were surprised by the number of roadside shops selling carved wood or pottery. They were so impressive with everything from statues for temples and wooden huts to beds, doors and water fountains. Some of the patterns were incredible, so intricate, but we couldn't work out who buys them other than hotels as they are ...
... 30,000 Rp.
Banjar Hot Springs: Warm springs to bathe in, has a high sulphur content so smells like rotten eggs. 3,000 Rp.
Banjar Buddhist Temple: A miniature version of Borobodur.
Lovina is definitely a place I would recommend..chilled out and quiet but also lots of things to do and see and there is live music every night from one of the bars on the main street. If diving, seeing dolphins or fishing is your thing then you'll love Lovina.