Kuta, Bali, is not only for singles on vacation but also for families. Even though Kuta is not the only tourist town in Bali, it still is my favorite. Maybe because all my vacation stays, as a young lad, was in Kuta.
I love visiting Bali every year. Bali is my “jump off” point when I spend time in Indonesia. I like vegging for a couple days, after my long flight from Phoenix, in Bali before I head out for my scuba diving adventure as well as catching up with friends in Bali and the island of Java.
Here is part of the article –
As the father of an 11-month-old baby, I’m usually pretty apprehensive about leaving my house in Surabaya for any reason other than solo business travel, a much-needed trip to the local gym, or an ambitious evening of strolling in the mall just a few kilometers down the street. Holidays and leisure trips to Bali, I assumed, would be out of the question until my daughter turned at least three or four.
With this in mind, I was less than bullish on a family trip to Kuta, Bali’s busiest urban area known for its booming nightclubs and the shenanigans of early 20-something travelers. Yet, to my surprise, Bali Dynasty Resort served as a bona fide family-friendly lily pad; one where I could hang my hat, knowing that the venue had every accommodation I could ask for as a new parent.
Please head over here for the full article – http://indonesiaexpat.biz/travel/bali-dynasty-resort-haven-expat-families-kuta/
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine
- “Each year, 1.3 million people are killed and 20–50 million are injured in motor vehicle crashes worldwide….and 25,000 of the deaths are among tourists. Nearly half of medical evacuations back to the United States are the result of a car crash, and a medical evacuation can cost upward of $100,000″ – https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/road-safety.