Grand Sinar Indah Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of mind. No slobbering drunk Turner peppering the desk clerk with questions; simply a stand and smile, speak when I'm spoken to kind of attitude. In the back of my mind is..."today could be that day I have always feared, but really, we're all here anyway, so shoot the moon. Jeff and Pam will look after Maggie our dog, Trish can have the cottage, Irene Meimeris can have my job; it's just that easy."
After we clear the check in and bag drop, I go for Ativan ...
... Haviannahs and one if not two colourless tattooed sleeves. Kate's inner 14 year old rejoiced at the Volcom, Dickies, FSAS and DC shops lining the streets of Kuta, not to mention the fact that every other restaurant offered burgers, something we'd not had on the menu for a while. That evening after we'd drank our free drinks and filled our tummies with burgers at Sky Garden we headed next door to the bar with a live band playing old school pop punk tunes even with ...
... quite luxurious. It was the best massage that I can remember having. For only $22, it seemed too good to be true. Our new hotel was on a large estate with temple-like buildings surrounded by rice fields and gardens. beautiful. The architecture here is truly amazing even though I'm sure I've not come close to seeing the best of it. You can smell incense almost continually as you walk the streets. I've met numerous riders now who are really warm and ...
... at Korea's Incheon airport. He looked like he was from my hometown but his English education and our hesitation differentiating "P" and "B" as I wrote and he spelled out his name, Lipiyus Biniluk, the Papuan New Guinea elected leader for the Evangelical Church of Indonesia who's roles is bringing together congregations from many different Papuan tribes, clearly placed him as a son from the east whom Bernie Jones, one of my late grandfathers shared to me stories about ...
Well good bye Sanur and hello to Legian! Here it's a completely different pace, just mad! We booked the Losari right in between Kuta and Legian and the road outside is the main road between Jl Melasti and Jl Padma. Surprisingly the hotel itself is extremely nice, rooms are quiet, modern and clean (440,000pn).
We went for an ANZ atm hunt walking the streets with endless chants of "You want massage, Hey boss you want sunglasses T-shirt, G,day mate you want ...