Grand Sinar Indah Hotel
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... got closer to Valentines day) and decided to get a bottle of wine that evening. We don’t do that very often as it can get quite expensive for something drinkable. But we needed to drown our sorrows.
Still stuck on Bali!
Yes we know - there are worse places we could be stuck like the ...
... of the Hornbill clans. It's long yellow beak and pointed red head rose magnificently from the trees and it was soon joined by one of its kin. They were graceful creatures and travelled in numbers. I was surprised at how large they were, for when another took to the sky's to join the pack I almost mistook it for a dragon and took cover. Our guide revelled in his discovery and told me often of the rarity of spotting this particular species of hornbill. I took heart from his words, but ...
... at the other one which was 1 hour away! They advised that we would have to catch a cab but after a few quotes it would have ended up costing us £20 each way so we decided that the cheaper option would be to book a cheap hotel closer by. Luckily the first hotel only cost £10 so it wasn't a huge amount of money lost. We booked a hotel just 20 minutes drive from DMK airport (where we would be back tomorrow morning for ...
... will happen by end of week. So the photos in today's blog are from a daily Facebook blog called "Ubud Now &Then". They always publish excellent quality pics so I hope they don't mind me sharing these few.
I am so pleased with where I am staying - about 5-10 minutes from the heart of Ubud by taxi but in what you'd called a suburb.
The place itself is set well back off the road and made up of several separate large buildings with ...
... female….except for the tone definition in the arms. That screamed male. I gave up analyzing and when instructed, got into the car.
The Italian and his Thaifriend was in the seat behind me. I opened my previously prepared rum and coke and settled in for the 45-minute to 3-hour drive, depending on traffic.
We raced along abandoning all normal road etiquette in favor of being the first, not that it was even possible. I had heard Bali was dirty. ...