Casa Artista Bali
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... sprints since lunch time, no cramps, no pain at all. I’m just rattling with tablets but I’ll take that any day, especially as we fly again in 2 days. All the treatment off the doctor cost me £100, of which we can claim back £50. Possibly the best £50 spent all holiday. Phew! I’m expecting a much better night.
So much so I am leaving the toilet light off, the first time in 4 nights, fingers and not my legs ...
... asked me what I did for a living and I answered, "I’m a cantor," I would get a blank stare, or the question, “What’s a cantor?” And the conversation would peter out. But this time the man broke into a huge smile and said, “I’m a huge fan of cantors!” And we proceeded to talk about great cantors of the past, Yossele Roseblatt and Moshe Koussevitsky and Zavel Kvartin, whose recordings he ...
... periods of time. One was in the kitchen, and each evening it would serenade us with its call: "Geck-O, Geck-O, Geck-O" - a very nasally sounding honk, high on the first syllable, and lower on the second. It never failed to make us laugh. Bali is a culturally-rich, tourist magnet. I hope that the tourism doesn't overtake the whole island, and that the Balinese way of life is preserved.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
Bali is by far ...
... was also a busy bay full of local fishing boats and delivery boats which were unloaded of the cargo up the beach by a continuos line of striding islanders. The cargos were entertainingly varied but it sometimes felt a little lazy to sip Bintang as piles of roof tiles, enormous flowering trees or motorbikes were carried up the beach. After a week of sand castles, mangrove exploration (see photo) and relaxation, my parents departed and retraced our steps back ...
... it in >75% of the restaurants, so Dan has classified it as one! Where else have you seen beef, prawns and apple on the same pizza?!
Having had our coastal fix, we were ready to head inland to Ubud. En route, our taxi driver took us to a coffee garden that specializes in ‘Luwak’ coffee. Luwak coffee is famous because of its (slightly unconventional) origins – the coffee bean starts its life on the tree and is then eaten by a Civet (a nocturnal ...