Casa Artista Bali
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- Swimming pool
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... a cabana next to it. From the infinity pool or anywhere in the backyard, you could see the ocean and the rolling waves that crashed against the shore. Now let me explain the rooms. My parents room was upstairs and had a master bed, a couch, a small reclining Buddha statue, and one enormous bathroom. My sister's room had by far the best air conditioning, a large bed, an outdoor bathroom, and a direct door to the backyard. My room had a huge bed, a porch, a large bathroom, ...
What a fantastic last day in Bali we have had. Splurged and took the family to the very touristy Water Bom Water Slide Park. A fun day of water slides and swimming. All smiles for us all. Then at 4:30 we went along to the Sea Turtle Release which is run by volunteers throughout ...
... the next couple of weeks experiencing a brand new place together.
The next few days on the Gili islands was nothing short of paradise. Our days consisted of eating, drinking, sunning and swimming. Jay, the only male in the group, took on a pimp like nature which amused the locals no end. The six of us would walk into a bar and Jay would proclaim, "can we get some drinks for my ladies". We were less impressed with him when he referred to us as "sturdy ladies" he was ...
... the price than in Australia. Downstairs from the Carrfore was a Batta shoe store where prices were drastically low (according to the shoe shoppers in the group) Back to the hotel. The cost of our 8 person van for the day 10:30-5ish was 800,000IRP. A relaxing lap of the pool followed by a Mojito or two and we changed for dinner to be had at The Boardwalk (seemingly the restaurant for The Garden Hotel.) Prices were decent, though the margarita tasted 'virgin', the wine ...
... forest. There was a temple in a large forest and monkeys everywhere! The monkeys were very badly behaved though, one saw Greta's handbag with tassels on it and decided to take it for itself! Con saved the day and managed to get her bag back for her, as Gee had already run away haha. Going into Ubud itself we roamed around the local market and had lunch at the Three Monkeys Cafe. For the rest of the week we ...