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you contact a good driver-guide and spend the first few days touring Bali to get the lay of the
land and to look over possible places to stay.
For instance, you could contact Wayan Sueta by
e-mail so that he meets you at the airport. You won't want to stay in Kuta, where all the tourist
dreck is concentrated, so a good first stop might be in one of the villages near Ubud.
On subsequent days you will be driven north to
Lovina and to the nature preserve in the NW corner
of Bali (there is a new resort which might be
just what you want; but it might be expensive);
or you will tour to other beach and inland areas,
according to what you want to see or do. But
a guide like Wayan will also be the one who will
know the ideal place for you to get away from it
all..and to study the f&f of Bali.
Wayan's webpage: www.hiddenbali.com
Check it out!