Villa De Daun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the motor scooter parking area. I walked up to the lobby, met and greeted them and they provided me with a traditional Balinese red motor scooter! It was fully equipped with a biodegradable rain poncho, first aid kit, helmet as well as a Bali map! I had purchased insurance for it, just in case the unexpected happened, which it didn’t!
I hopped onto the scooter, started the ignition and took off for a spin around the windy streets of Seminyak. The roads were windy with heaps ...
Ok. So, I had something important come up tonight, which is why I am having to writing entries for two days now. Actually, both the days were pretty much similar. Yesterday, was the end of our three day tour. We started with early in the morning and drove through the hills of bali. On the way we saw waterfalls in forests, temples, monkeys and unbelievable mix of natural and cultural beauty. Another great aspect of Bali has been ...
... driver waded through without worry. Anna had begun to panick and spoke of turning back, but then whence she looked out of the window and gazed upon a western fellow wearing shorts made for a twelve year old girl; she felt suddenly relieved. The guy was obviously amazing (for he also wore a vest) and walked through water as if it was Hollywood Boulevard. I wanted to be him.
The rain continued to fall throughout our time in Sepilok, but despite how often it threatened to ruin ...
... bless them, they never stopped smiling. This is what we love about travelling.
We left there and headed another 45 minutes to Tirtagangga water palace. About 1940, don't quote me, google :) this was the kings bathing palace. It is said to be holy water.
You can swim in one section and we did take bathers, however not only was it full of local kids.......it was also full of fish. So we chose not to swim.
This place was very peaceful and so beautiful. ...
... and arrows it can all be bought on Kuta beach. However, the sellers are usually really nice and once you give them a firm no they'll leave you alone.
On my second day I met an Indonesian guy called Ashid who for about $30 took me around on his scooter and showed me some of the tourist attractions. My favourite was Uluwatu Temple which is situated on the edge of a cliff overlooking the ocean. The ...