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The word 'Adi' in Bali also means little brother or sister and 'Melali' is an 'official' past time for a Balinese, which basically means 'going out somewhere'. This could be by yourself or with a friend; visiting someone or simply going nowhere in particular. These often spontaneous adventures invariably involve a coffee and a snack somewhere on the way. You are welcome to 'melali' with us - the more remote the better. Adi Melali, might just a simple name, but behind that there's a big dream. A fair online travel that can trust by people all around the world as their travelling buddy in Bali. Trust Adi Melali just like you trust your best buddy! We treat you like VIP, we charge you like our buddy!
"VW e-BaT ( Volkswagen east-Bali adimelali Team)"
It's called VW e-BaT, because its cool. It's not just a transporter, it's about style and about experience of being a inch with Bali, in an convertible classic Volkswagen. It may look like the illegitimate love child of a corrugated shipping container and a dumpster, but the Volkswagen Thing was in fact the resurrection of a German military vehicle known as the Kubelwagen. More than a specifc model, the Kubelwagen was a concept; consider how Americans tend to call any military runabout a Jeep, and you've got the idea. And with Kubel meaning "bucket" and Wagen meaning "car," what could have been a better name for such a steel tub than, of course, the Thing. But VW's convertible breadbox was called the Thing only in North America, where it went on sale in 1973; it was known elsewhere as the Trekker, the Safari, or, simply, the Type 181 (right- hand-drive models were called the Type 182). The Thing was built on the same chassis as the pre-1968 Microbus and was propelled by VW's air-cooled, 46-hp, 1600-cc fat four. A four-speed manual was the only transmission. Acceleration was ludicrously slow: 0 to 60 mph took more than 23 seconds. VW e-BaT ( Volkswagen east-Bali adimelali Team) is the only high-class Volkswagen trip in Bali so far. VW e-BaT is offer many category Package all inclusive trip, and also Non Package Trip which offer a flexibility for those who want explore Bali with their selected touristy area of Bali. For more info contact our HELP LINE +62 813-3779-5381 Mail us on: firstname.lastname@example.org Find us on: www.adimelali.com Keep on Rock N Roll
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