My Mum and Dad have recently booked a holiday to the Maldives (so jealous!) and whilst we were admiring, and looking gob-smacked, at the outrageous prices of the over-the-water bungalows, it reminded me just how lucky we were on our recent trip to Borneo. I still can’t quite believe that we were treated to world-class,
Being one of the only known places left on the planet with Komodo dragons, we couldn’t leave Komodo National park without visiting Rinca island to see these prehistoric predators for ourselves. After an hour boat trip from our location in Walocka Bay we reached Rinca island. There are also dragons to be found on Komodo island itself, but as
Ski Blanc was our first catered chalet experience and it was brilliant! We stayed in Chalet Foehn; situated in Les Allures, only a 2 minute walk from the gondola to up to Meribel. Although staying in a catered chalet was a more expensive option (£429pp), we were very impressed with the quality of the food.
Our Bali adventure started in Seminyak which is fairly close to Kuta, on the West Coast of Bali. Both destinations are now very popular tourist destinations, although Kuta has been described as similar to Benidorm whilst Seminyak has a slightly more upmarket reputation. There are LOADS of hotels to choose from in Seminyak ranging from