The Ayubowan Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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... which are small family owned business, where you can stop for lunch and embrace the beauty of the scenery.After a busy day sightseeing in Bali, you must find a place to unwind and enjoy some quiet time. Villas in Seminyak are built to offer the splendor of a perfect holiday escape and you can sit back and relax to your heart's content. Samaja Villas Beachside is a perfect escape to embrace some soothing atmosphere of the town and enjoy tasty Balinese ...
... closed doors apart from once a year when there is a procession and it comes out. He said people come and line up for days to try to get to it!
After this we set off back to Negombo, but on the way stopped at a herbal and spice garden where the guys were showing us all the plants they have and the different herbal remedies for a variety of diseases that they make from the plants. We then got a free massage which was quite funny and unexpected and then shown round the ...
... The fried scorpion vendors were out in force, and were waving the poor critters in people's faces. I don't want to be that close to scorpions, dead or alive! They had signs listing the price for taking a photo of them. I wonder if they make more from photo ops than sales!
Unfortunately, Susanne had never fully regained her health and strength after getting so sick in Yangon, and she decided to go home from Bangkok, and miss the ...
... satisfaction in ten minutes. Two hours later we abandoned the room and left them to their fiddling and smiling! I have just remembered that the red tiled floor in the bedroom has recently been given a coat of paint, as has the bright yellow valance surrounding the bottom of the bed! Having tried the beer we are now sat in the setting sun by the pool, too tired to swim but a quick wiff of the old pits tells me I will have to ...
... We have no choice. We are made to eat. While Dennis and his wife watch us. They don't eat. They watch.
To be fair this is the only interesting bit of the whole stay. Prompted by me getting political and asking if the war against the Tamils impinged on his part of Sri Lanka he regales us with his tale of being blown up. It's the only time he comes across as normal or interesting. He even expresses sympathy for the Tamils (they fought because they had to, they ...