Benoa Palms Boutique Villa Hotel
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... 45 minutes but enjoyed it. That night we enjoyed a waterfront buffet with traditional dancing.
Day five we had to check out but with a late flight we were at a loose end. So after some initial relaxing by the pool we thought we would book for a couples treatment. This was 4 hours of bliss in our own villa. It included massage, facial, body scrub, sauna, spa, private pool and dinner. A great way to end an amazing honeymoon before we set off back to Oz. ...
... and had a really good guide (Ketut). We started our day off by going to a coffee/chocolate/spices plantation. I'm glad we had Ketut for the walk through the forest- he pointed out all kinds of plants and explained to us what they were. I don't think I know very much about tropical agriculture. Coffee grows on trees and the beans are in a soft red shell that looks like a cranberry! And pineapples grow in little bushes on the ground, similar to broccoli. The leaves ...
... this information in mind, I thought I would spend today doing some research and see what I could book to keep me occupied for the next couple of weeks.
Well, I think one word can sum up today: Frustrating.
I suspect that I haven't exactly adjusted to island time at this point and spent most of today calling, emailing, leaving messages and awaiting confirmation for things I wanted to do over the next week or so. I am fairly certain ...
... included. For the massive cost of less than $50 Australian per night... and the staff treat your pretty well too. Bowing and saying hello as you entire the hotel, a complementary drink whilst they check you in and give you a personalised tour of the entire hotel.. I can get used to this!
Once I got in it was around 10:30 local time or midnight from where I got up this morning. Off to bed to get up early tomorrow, I have a new country to explore!
... of taxi drivers approach us offering to take us to Ubud for 400,000 Rupiah. I knew it should be around 150,000- 200,000 so went to find a better price. There are registered taxi desks, they all had queues so long but eventually I got to the front. They said it may be a long wait and the fare is 225,000.It was Indonesian holidays and it was chaos.
A taxi driver overheard me and offered to take us for 250,000 (15,000 to the £) so off we went. Well not ...
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