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As some of you may know this is Meg's and Matt's first (and not last) overseas adventure. So I thought lets keep a record of theses so others can enjoy our experiences with us. So with out further adue, let's begin the adventure.................... First a quick catch up on our flight We left lovely Geelong at 5.30 ensuring we had everything we needed before we left including our licenses (Coghill family joke..hehe) and had no traffic or problems ...
So despite the uncertainty associated with the outgoing flight from LHR it all turned out good and we both got on. Some frantic ipad activity before we boarded saw us booked onto a connecting flight from Singapore to Bali too. 12/13 hours later we were wandering from the arrivals strait to terminal 2 to board our Tiger Airways connecting flight. With only an hour to go we realised that first ...
... beaches and a good choice of places to stay or eat. I would definitely consider staying there if we came back to Bali.
We drove through some very remote villages passing lots of kids who waved at us shouting ‘ Hello’. The roads were not too busy but you have to avoid the dogs, chickens, people and pot holes. It was interesting to see that in some villages close to Amed the women all carrying washing, water bottles, pots etc on their heads, it’s ...
... cocktails helped the dancing get started.
To all those people who came to Bali and to those who sent love and support from afar, thank you for making in the most perfect day. It really was the best day off our lives.
The next day Anita took us down to the beach to get photos in the dress, apart from the lack of time on the wedding day it was just too hot to leave the hotel grounds. My aunty and uncle Peter and Helen ...
... swimming area. The sun was not quite as strong when we returned to our sun beds to lay down to dry out. Relaxing is all very well and good, provided that there is plenty of food and drink to keep you going! Lunch time was soon upon us but neither of us were hungry. We went to the Menega Pool Restaurant, not for food, but to get out of the heat and to have a drink. Yet again, however, food seemed to load itself onto our plates, including beef steak, pork ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet