LisaF

LisaF

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    Good massage in Kuta

    Jari Menari in Seminyak over 8 years ago

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    Looking for somewhere adventurous for a family break in far north east Bali?

    Hi, Have you considered Amed? It’s a bit quiet for the kids, but relaxing with some nice snorkel and dive spots. I’ve only been once a few years ago, but friends tell me it hasn’t changed all that much. Still quiet, relaxing and worth another visit. I stayed in Pemuteran this year with my 10yr old. Its north west towards Java, and is absolutely stunning. There is a turtle sanctuary run by Reef Seen, who also arrange snorkelling day trips, dive trips etc. Pemuteran is a small town at the base of the National Park, its tiny with only a hand full of restaurants and cafes- we found Tirta Suri restaurant for meals most nights (wow), as well as Bali Café who served the best coffee that side of the island. II’ll mention here that I am a coffee snob, so this is a great recommendation!) It truly is a beautiful spot - my son really loved watching the turtle hatchlings and snorkelling with a pod of 80+ dolphins! Lisa over 8 years ago

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    Hi Trivian, I am assuming being a college student means you might be on a budget right? Why not consider heading to every single gallery (most are free) and picnicking in Central Park for lunch? I also really liked just wandering the streets of NYC whenever I had a chance, the people watching was fantastic, loads of buskers near Battery Park and some nice laneway cafes to stop for a refreshment break. over 8 years ago

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    Can we find Mc Donnald everywhere in Italy,France and Spain?

    You are going to some of the most amazing countries that offer culinary delights - why would you choose McDonalds? over 8 years ago

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    I will be in Beijing in mid-October for a 4 hour layover, what would be an interesting thing to do or see or eat? (I am a vegetarian)

    4 hours may seem like a lot of transition time, but in reality its not that much to get through customs, head out somewhere and get back in time for the next flight. If you had a little longer, I would suggest heading out to the 798 Arts District (with some dim sums on the way). Rememebr though if you do plan on leaving the airport - you will need to apply for a transit visa beforehand. over 8 years ago

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    Does any have any recommendations for traveling north through indonesia, vietnam, cambodia and Thailand? Train, plane, bus etc?

    Luke, it really depends on how long you have. My preference is by plane because it means you get to your destination sooner (and spend logner there enjoying it) . If you have some time on your hands, consider travelling by bus. You get to stop at smaller towns and probably see a lot more than you would in a train or plane. over 8 years ago

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    Does anyone have any recommendations for places to go for lunch near Bondi beach, Sydney on a Sunday?

    The Bondi Ice Bergs. If its a clear sunny day, you'll want to stay the entire afternoon. over 8 years ago