Athena Garden Villa
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... direction will we head tonight, left down to centro so hubby can get some sketchers and then taxi up to poppies 1 to basil leaves.....or turn right and head back to where we were for lunch.
sketchers wins so off we go and make a purchase.
Head on in to batik keris so I can buy another glasses case, just about to make purchase and the power goes out.
well the whole of centro is pitch black. Everyone brings torches out, I actually think phone torches.......I have ...
... on Sat which he was very greatful for, as it means he gets to take the car home the night before which his children love as they get to go for a ride in air conditioned comfort..... It is amazing the little things we take for granted, but which are absolute luxury for Made's family.
Mimpi was a lovely resort with 2 swimming pools and 3 hot thermal pools. The restaurant serves great food and is on the bay where you can see all the dive boats come and go from ...
... I could manage. And fruit-flavored Mentos, because they are my new favorite treat.
Day 5, Thursday: Medical Clinic
We arrived in Denpasar, Bali in the early afternoon. We had booked a hotel near a hospital that took our insurance and we took a cab there at 3:30. This was one of the most efficient doctor visits ever, and I was very grateful. Upon arrival, we filled out some brief paperwork and asked to see a doctor. We were seen within 15 ...
... won and we carried on. Around the next corner was a junction with a small eatery (Warung) so we headed in there hungry after a relatively small breakfast. The woman who took our order had an unusually good amount of English and we both opted for dishes we’d not had before. As we ate, we noticed that there seemed to be a number of locals turning up on mopeds, approaching the owner and either handing over piles of cash or collecting them with no ...
... our stay in Bali. Our first impressions were the place is full of temples and scooters! It was about a 2 hour drive from the airport so for the first part of the journey we saw some of the coast line and countryside and when it got dark we could really only see the poorly lit stalls and dwellings which were similar to other 3rd world countries we have visited. Our hotel, Allila, is another world, we were greeted by a number of staff, our bags were whisked off to ...