- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We woke up at 2.30 as we were going to watch the sun rise from Mt Papanjakan which had a great view of Mt Bromo. We paid the night before after being told we would get there early for a great spot but as we arrived it was obvious we were late for the party. We edged into a spot on the railing but due to it being pitch black we had no idea what we were looking out on. As the sun rose and the skyline turned blues, ...
... the quiet temple as the sun came up and lit the dark corners for the first time that day. It was fantastic. On an interesting note, the temples can not be entered if you are menstruating, and the were signs in English advising tourists of this. Next, we headed to Gunung Kawi, which dates back to the eleventh century. The temple has ten seven-meter-high rock-cut shrines carved into the cliff face. Again, there were very few people there with us. ...
... and tied my hair back. Jumped in the boat and was ready for this! We started off slow, and then got faster. The boat was jumping up and down, and side to side! I got yelled at by the tour guide a few times 'Keep your fingers in the boat, or you'll be left with none!’ he said multiple times! This was not what I expected, this is ten times worse. I wanted to get out as quick as I could, but we still had another 45 ...
... out but will also politely but firmly escort curious tourists back to their hotel. In some smaller hotels guests are completely left to their own devices without so much as a single candle and certainly no food or water for 24 hours. Luckily for us where we are staying we are provided with a few more comforts. Buffet breakfast was still served, we able to relax by pool and swim all day, able to use the gym (which of course I made use of). We also have ...
... Khao San Road. After a night watching football on the unregulated Changs it was onto Koh Tao for some dive time. The overnight bus was a particular bad one, arriving at the ferry port at 5am after a journey included a break down. The boat journey was straight forward and I arrived on Koh Tao to be met by a free taxi up to Coral Grand where I would be diving. I went for a swim and briefly wandered around Sairee village before the course began at 4pm. A series of videos were followed by ...