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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... shoulders. We leave the kindergarten exhausted, but saddened by the end of the school day. I am so grateful for the support of everyone who donated towards this project and supported me on this adventure. It is amazing to feel that we are making a positive impact in this community that has been so welcoming to me as well as the other volunteers. These last two weeks have flown by and I'm so excited to spend the next month exploring this beautiful ...
The day started well enough. Breaky and some school. We caught a TAKSI so that we could stay closer to the airport. The driver took us to the general area but then started to go around in circles through the streets. He stopped and checked his phone about 3 times and then we realised he was not sure and possibly lost! It suddenly ...
... After a bit of convincing and a small bottle of Philippino rum on our first night, Terrea committed to doing her Advanced Diving course, as she already had her Open Water course. That night we seemed to have quickly made friends with the other backpackers and diving instructors. We all ventured out together to go watch a live band at another dive center that also had a bar! The band was lovely and the drinks were tasty. We mingled with island locals and had a great first night ...
... to try to surf or swim, but perfect for seaweed. At the low tides, men and women wade out into the water with loosely-woven baskets, with empty plastic water bottles strapped to them to make them float, to harvest the seaweed. It is a beautiful bright, spring green when it is freshly harvested. Once enough is collected, the basket is carried to a tarp on the sand, and laid out to dry in the sun. Drying, it becomes a ...
... station in the
middle of no where. Taxi hi jackers were surrounding us offering
ridiculous prices to Kuta. Back packs on we hit the road only to
discover no other cars in sight let alone taxis. Back to bus station
to sleep for the night. Lay on metal seats, open backpack to obtain sarong to be met with a soaking backpack – ...