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Sep 1, 2006 - Bali, Padang Bai and Lovina

We left Ubud for about 10 days to travel around the island. We spent a couple of days in Kuta which was very touristy and we didn't really like it, but it had a nice beach. Heading north up the coast we stopped at Padang Bai. It's a small little coastal town where people take the ferry to Lombok Island. The town had a cool vibe and we decided to stay a couple days. There were a few different beaches within walking distance of the village. You'll see photos of the black snad beach which we had to ourselves. Still heading north, we dropped in...

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Jun 21, 2005 - Lovina

Lovina is famous for having hundreds of dolphins which congregate off the coast. The thing is, they only surface there at around 6am for their tuna breakfast, so it would be another early start. Having made an agreement with a "Kaptin" the night before, the alarm went off suitably early for the rendezvous. Funnily enough Amy had an "ear ache" and was unable to get out of bed, so Greg had to go alone. (To be fair though, it did turn out to be an ear infection so Greg let her off). It was a lesson learned, never go without Amy. Our luck...

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Oct 19, 2004 - Lovina

We left our home in Padangbai on the 16th for Lovina on the north coast. We arrived at our hotel Puri Bali Bungalows - very nice place with an excellent pool and we got an air-con room for 8GBP p/night (needed the air-con, since Lovina is the hottest place on earth!!). That evening we ventured only as far as the beach (down the road) - the sunset there was again amazing, unfortunately this is as good as it got. The next day, after breakfast we wondered back to the beach and for a walk - only to get hassled continuously by the hawkers until...

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Oct 2, 2004 - Bali /Lovina

Na de beklimming van de vulkaan zijn we direct naar Lovina gereisd. Een mooie route van de Mount Batur naar Lovina over erg veel kronkelwegen. Lovina is een klein dorp en volledig ingesteld op toeristen, veel restaurants en een aantal hotels. Helaas weinig toeristen dus als toerist wordt je belaagd en zit je in vrijwel lege restaurants. Ook hier vroeg opgestaan om met een klein Balinees bootje de zee op te gaan om dolfijnen te spotten. Veel dolfijnen gezien. Na het ontbijt gesnorkeld bij een rif waarbij veel verschillende soorten vis zat...

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