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    Depending on how many you there are I'd hire a motor scooter and slowly explore the route around the base of the volcano in the far north east of the island. Full of wonderful little towns and villages and very pretty and exotic. There are always other tourists / travellers wherever you go in Bali, but it always surprises me how few there are when you move off the main trails. Last time we were there last year we explored the valleys just to the west of Ubud: almost no one there because they aren't that easy to get to! (all the roads go north-south up and down the island because of the volcanos, but it is possible with a bit of effort) about 10 years ago

    • Oh, and if you do hire a motor scooter, make sure you read the travel safety advice beforehand Original Nomad about 10 years ago
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    Take a 30min boat road from Sanur over to Nusa Lembongan. Real old school bali. Very basic. There are heaps of villages. Its very quiet and peaceful. Stayed at a place called the Penyon Guest house for 4 days. Views from our bedroom were spectactular ... could see the surf breaks shipwrecks, lacerations and playgrounds. Hire a bike and scoot around the island for a look and see the seaweed farms. Grab some snorkel gear and get one of the local's who owns a boat to take you to some great snorkelling and dive sites. Try Villa Wayan for a bite to eat and also your contact for the island snorkelling. almost 11 years ago

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