De Baronie Bed & Breakfast
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... room and the boys took naps while I took advantage of the Internet to catch up on posting blogs and pictures. Then, I finally went to lay down in my bed, and I saw a bug crawling on it. After a little googling, I confirmed it was the first bed bug I had ever encountered. Housekeeping fortuitously knocked on the door, and I had them change my sheets, but I was feeling a little creeped out from it. I ended up napping for a bit, and then I woke the boys up to not waste ...
... s life and work are currently featured. Annie, Maya, Patty and I wandered for a highly-scented hour among the frangipani, pyracanthus and bouganvillea. As we only had an hour, and needed to leave time for the gift shop, we left most of the park unexplored, vowing to return – some day – to view the rest.
Then … white knuckle ride to the Newark airport. Best laid plans … New York traffic approaching rush hour … All that saved ...
... Luckily for us the canal boat arrives, so a quick sprint to the boat and we are on. The tour follows a course through the main canal systems, passing the near canal and the far canal though the museum district out to Central station and back through to the start. Along the way we make around six stops and pass the oldest houseboat on the water........and it looks very part of it. We spend part of the cruise inside, and 34.5cm from four twittering old Dutch woman ...
... br> The last bit of interesting information is that when the three emissaries couldn't persuade the Balinese King they asked him if they could remain as to go return home would be seen as "losing face".The King agreed and this therefore is the reason and origins for around 12% of Balinese being Muslim. They are the descendants of the three "missionaries". Ironically, Lobok is about 12% Hindu and the two Islands exist happily side by side.