The Studio One at Nusa Dua
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... that we were no where close to Bali. The guy left for a few minutes and returned with a some kind of airport guy who spoke some English. The new guy told us we had to fly to Bali and where we actually wanted to go was Denpasar, not Balikpapan.
He told us Lion Air, a regional carrier, would get us there but not sure of the connections.
By this time, it was about 6 p.m. and I communicated with Rachel, where we ...
... we were in Pirates of the Carribean. The waves were crashing against the cliffs and the temple on top of a solo Island was beautiful with the background of the ocean and the clouds. It was kind of spooky but stunning at the same time. We were starving at this point because we couldn't eat all day from our hangover so we spent a half an hour explaining to Balinese waiters that we wanted just a piece of toast. It literally took the restaurant 30 minutes to give us the ...
... Thank god I was wearing my snorkel at the time. The flippers were the problem, and when she had sorted out how they worked, things were a lot more enjoyable for both of us and we saw lots of interesting marine wildlife.
Next was the banana boat, which is a long yellow tube dragged behind a speed boat, which repeatedly throws you into the water. A sort of high speed boating accident simulator for kids. After I had drained all the salt water from my sinuses, ...
... The coral was gorgeous, the sunlight streaming through the ripples on the surface made it look exactly like all the documentaries I've always watched with nerves and envy in equal measure. Now I was down there with it all, and somehow there was so much more colour and movement and intrigue! My first dive and here I was in a Balinese coral reef, surrounded by coral structures of all descriptions and colours and all the associated brightly colour fish ... and it was at this point, just as ...
... Airport dazzled us, living walls of plants, an orchid garden, completely modern facilities and if we needed further proof of American decline, the $13 Panini sandwich in LAX was inedible, whereas $6 in Taipei got us a delicious 3 course meal. And they don't bother with the shoes off in security nonsense here. The Hello Kitty thing is everywhere and very perplexing.
The first 2 weeks of our trip was planned for family holiday with the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking