On our last day in Bali we went out to Kuta beach in the evening to take some photos. It’s amazing how the light reflects off the sand! But the sunsets in Kota Kinabalu are still better ;). Next stop: Back to KL, Malaysia.
Bali is known world wide as a surfing paradise. The beach is lined with surf boards for rent and the water is filled with surfers and body boarders. We were going to stay a week in Bali, and the thing to do is surfing, so we figured we aught to take a surfing lesson! I
We spent a restful week in Bali. Even though we stayed at the popular Kuta beach, it was rather deserted. After the 2002 and 2005 bombings in Bali there are much fewer tourists than in the past. We took it easy, visiting the beach daily and George got some work in. There were lots of
We moved to Mastapa Garden Hotel to be closer to the beach, and were happy with our new temporary home. The courtyard area is a lush garden, along with a swimming pool and accompanying cute creatures! Of course, the room had free WiFi. Even though Mastapa Garden Hotel is on Legian Road, where all the
We took it easy our first day in Bali, needing rest after our long trip from Yogyakarta. We booked a nice hotel online, Hotel Miki, which turned out to be a bit out of the way. Other than the location it was a nice place, with well decorated rooms (lots of wood carvings), a pool,
We chose to take the train for the voyage from Yogyakarta to Bali, Indonesia mainly because Indonesia does not have a reliable air carrier with a good flight safety record! The entire trip took us 22 hours, with the first train taking about 9 hours and the second train about 10 hours. We hired the