Kuta Town House Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... failed deception and demanded we pay him the extra money. After consulting the receptionist we realised that we had still paid double of what is expected and therefore continued to refuse. The driver then decided to have a staring out competition, not realising that Anna and I still play such games and are well practiced. His eyes started to twitch and spittle dripped from his lips as he struggled to maintain his concentration. I remained focused and unfazed and whence the drivers ...
... 2km to the next temple, then a gentle 1,700 stairs (!) up to another 3 temples, including the top most one, we decided against doing an hours detour to see the remaining 2 temples. The walk to the second one was fairly steep, and we could have opted for a motorbike to take us instead, but it turned into a lovely walk – the only thing we could hear was the insects and birds, and the distant calls of groups of monkeys towards the top of the mountain – ...
Day 60. Today brought about the start of another new adventure, another new country. With a certain air of anticipation, we packed up our things ready to go. Lewis, another medic who was due to get the same flight as us to Bali, found out that he wouldn't be joining us. Instead of the usual minimum of 6 months required for travelling on a passport, Lewis began jet-setting with a mere 3. Now with only a month before his passport expired, he realised the Indonesian ...
Denpasar as described by Lucy, 'an exotic falaraki'. My version was a 'Malaga for aussies'. Either way the picture is kind of painted. A quick stopover in this justling city, in a lovely hostel awaiting the next day's flight. Final one then 4 weeks respite from air travel. Of all the SE Asian countries most people I've spoken to agree that Laos is the most charming, with it's inhabitants un*******ised by the ...
After a little confusion over where we wanted to go we were finally on our way to tenganan village, this village has kept itself very traditional. It is asked that a donation is given before entering the village and this will also provide you with a guide. We were shown the traditional weavers and basket makers as well as wandering through the ...