100 Sunset Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... Palm and Cane it varied the taste quite significantly. With the rain still crashing down we left and headed to Ulun Danu, our most northerly destination located on Lake Bratan. Perhaps one of the more iconic locations in Bali (it's on the 50,000 note we'd parted with earlier) this was probably the main reason for taking the trip; it was nice and sat peacefully against the lake with the low hanging clouds settled in the mountains behind but ongoing ...
... the shops. After walking up the lane I went back to my hotel got change and went back out to go shopping. After looking and buying new clothes I come across a shop full of mini guitars. After looking at them I asked the shop owner how much for two he said 1, 000, 00 bart I said no way I offered him 75,000 for one and he said ok. After a day of shopping I went back to my hotel and sat around the pool with cold beverages. ...
After a relaxing, hot, wonderful three weeks in Bingin we ...
... a local balinese woman and ask if we can join her to the temple, as if we knew her. She says plainly: "no, not tonight". Not yet satisfied I walk towards the gate and the guard stops me immediately and tells me that tonight the temple entrance is only for the ones praying (I was thinking, but I can pray too!). I ask him if we can go in once they have finished their prayers, he says "ok", and how long will that take I ask "I don't know". Mmmm...difficult task. ...
... boiling which was nice, however after burning my belly the day before by the pool was quite painful on that.
Our last stop was Tanah Lot Temple, although we had seen it before we didn't mind going back as it was such a beautiful place. We paid 30,000Rp to enter the temple, which is worth seeing, it is a temple out in the sea, which gets cut off by the tide, when the sea is fully in. We decided to go right up to the temple this time and go up the side of it as we didn't ...