Bali Court Hotel and Apartments
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- Swimming pool
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... Cheshire Cats all the way. We checked in with a big smile and dumped our bags, and headed to the room. Our pre-air conditioned overlooking-the-pool rooms greeted us, and the smell of the fresh flowers they'd put on our bed made us smile. We did a quick change into our togs and dived into the water of the swim up pool bar to have our first Bintang (followed by our second...third...fourth...you get the picture!!). Warm ...
... with robots, we didn't go in there) and Jen's favourite Cat cafes. Cat cafes exist because many people in Tokyo can't own pets so they pay to spend time with cats in a cafe environment instead. Me and Jen went to one and while it was less weird than the maid cafe it was also less entertaining. All the cats just laze around like, well, like cats. I'm not sure what more I was expecting. The cats to be dressed up in suits and top hats maybe, or as little maids serving milk ...
Hey Dudes and Dudettes,
We continue things in an easy going lifestyle in Bali. After our first day of lounging ( and burning ), we were eager to get ourselves moving. The activity of choice was surfing! The Kuta/Legian area is a fabulous beach for beginners. Big, yet forgiving swells, with an all sand bottom to cushion your fall. There are no shortage of beach options too, with all the locals set up with their own little ...
The day started at 1.30am to be ready by 2am for our driver who was driving us 1 hour to where we would start our trek in the dark. You are able to hire a jacket which I did for 50k IDR and you will most certainly need this at the top. There are also toilets here too. We trekked for about 2 hours and the first half was not very difficult at all its dark but a nice steady uphill walk. Then the steep bit starts and I was definitely warmed up for this. The ...
... to question my ability to make it up I the top. We had over four hours to go, all in the dead of the night. Our guide, Gung, sensed this. Handing out bananas, he explained that in his faith the mountain was the mother, and the sky, the father. And you are like the child. As you grow older, you lose your ability to sense with the heart, and instructed us to listen to our bodies, our breathing, and to feel and enjoy each step. Like a child, if you ...