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Very friendly laid back pace
A very long drive from the airport
In a nutshell
A great base for seeing the north coast
All of the hotels know of someone that has a car or taxi that will take you where ever you want to go.
A car with driver is the best way to go in Bali.
They know the best routes and there are few road signs.
Our driver from the hotel back to the airport, stopped to show us a new temple under construction.
Updated Sep 18, 2004
At the bottom of our stairs leading up to the porch of our suite, there were stone carvings.
No doubt these were to scare away the evil spirts so they would not enter.
Written Sep 18, 2004
Like anywhere in South East Asia carry and use a strong mosquito repellant here. Due to the oppressive summer heat and tropical conditions it pays to constantly use a mosquito repellant daily. Many different conditions can eventuate from mosquito bites so is best to be safe..In the evening when mosquitos are at there most active make sure that you are wearing a long sleeved shirt and trousers.Also make sure that all exposed skin is covered with a good repellant. Dont worry about the smell of the repellant as others will be wearing it also if they are smart..
Written Mar 21, 2012
Luggage and bags: Bring empty suitcases as you'll be able to grab loads of shopping in Bali
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Bring a good pair of walking shoes or sandals. You may have trouble finding large sized ladies shoes. Also it's hard to find larger sized ladies bras or swimwear so bring them from home.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Elastic type bandages are expensive as are specialised first aid dressings, but all other bandaids , insect repellant, hot rubs etc are cheaper than OZ
Photo Equipment: I always bring 2 sets of re-chargeable batteries , charger and power point adapter to recharge my digital camera batteries
Miscellaneous: Bring along any unused clothing, books & toys from home as there are many charities in Bali who will take these items and distribute them to needy villages in the mountains. We met some of these hard workers on our last trip.
Updated Mar 22, 2007