Aneka Beach Hotel
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Day 66. Our last morning on Gili T was upon us. Plagued with the excesses of the night, the birthday boy Oscar celebrated with that all-too-familiar pose: head in toilet bowl. Megan wasn't fairing much better either. We packed up our things and bid goodbye to the loveable band of stray cats we'd befriended around our bungalow; we would miss Fidel Catro, Colonel Cattafi, Kitty Amin and Chairman Meow. There was just enough time to use our, ...
... are resolutely western. Linda does manage to find a few things though. There are also a few half-decent restaurants, but oddly enough it’s a real challenge to find a half-decent bar – most seem to be aimed at Aussie teenagers with promotions on drinks we have little interest in! There are also a million spas dotted round and Linda makes use of a couple for the last time on this trip! We also find the memorial ...
... he could give the room to someone else or if we would need it). Unfortunately he took our payment and was really angry that we were leaving after all, which we do feel a little bad about although our room is rank and he promised us a brand new modern room !! Haha waheyy matey were off! We quickly legged it before he could say anything else and somehow managed to find two guys on motorbikes to drive us and our bags up to the bus, result !! The bus ended up taking us ...
We got back to Bali and booked into the same hotel in Kuta, it was the closest thing to going home we've felt in a long time. We had a long list of things to tick off in the next day and a half left in Asia. The sea was definitely a top priority since we have so much fun in those huge waves! We got a pedicure, trying to help our poor 7 months in flip flops and dirt feet. We ate that fantastic Balinese pork sate again. We got a ...
... for light on each one. At regular intervals a plane takes off or lands at the nearby main airport. There is a vendor on the beach selling grilled corn cobs.
I'm served half a dozen King prawns with rice and vegetables and a selection of spicy sauces which I avoid. There is a second dish of fish which my waitress convinced me to order on the basis that portions were small and one kilo was not very much food. I took this to be a translation error and when ...