Bali

Travel: Exploring Bali: Nusa Dua

When you think of Bali, do you think “been there done that”? It seems like a destination that everyone travelled to in the 90’s, especially Australians.  I travelled to Bali in 1995 and stayed at the all inclusive Club Med in Nusa Dua. It was one of our last “big” family holidays, before we became too involved in our own lives in our twenties.

 

Bali- hair

My Bali braids…

After watching Brad’s travels there over the past week, I think it’s time for a revisit. So I invited Brad, who recently travelled to Bali with his business partner Di, to share with us his holiday in Bali and some of his travel tips.

Bali with Brad and Di

Brad and Di’s Holiday Itinerary

 

Hotel Details:

Brad and Di chose to stay at the INAYA Putri Bali resort which is located along the Nusa Dua beachfront within a short distance of the city’s best shopping, dining and entertainment.

Enjoy access to an outdoor pool, golf course, private beach, spa and more.

  • Deluxe Accommodations with king or twin beds
  • Maximum occupancy is 2 adults, or 2 adults and 1 child.
  • Children ages 12 or older are charged the adult rate.
  • Private Balcony
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Separate deep-soaking bathtub and rain shower

Travel Tips: Uber

Ever used Uber instead of a tax? It’s a disruptive business model which is gaining popularity now. What we love about it, is it enables individuals to earn money without a million dollar license, and the majority of the profits go back to the actual driver, not some corporation or rich business consortium who own the taxi license. It can be a little tricky in Nusa Dua, but in this video Brad explains how to organise an Uber.

Live Videos shared by Brad whilst on the trip:

Visiting the temples, beaches and dinner

Dinner and Dancing and day trip to the coffee plantation for Luwak Coffee

Inaya Putri Nusa Dua

 

Chinese video from the travel group

Seminyak Beach Resort and Spa

 

Final Verdict:

I’ve been to Bali many many times. Doing this trip was my first time with my travel club. To be honest I didn’t know what to expect and didn’t imagine it would be that good for some weird reason in comparison to other trips I’ve done. Dare I say it’s been my favourite so far! 5-star opulence, amazing restaurants, and tours included and super friendly people. Awesome surf out the front of the hotel for my water addiction and enough Bintang to sink a ship!

Brad

Note: Brad is no longer associated with the travel club. Katische recommends using booking.com to create a similar trip. I use booking.com myself for all my holidays. Please note that if you book a holiday using the search tool below I will receive a small affiliate payment at no cost to you.

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