Bali Paradise Hotel Boutique Resort
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... to each other and finally chatted when the rain smashed us at the beach. The threesome went for a beer at a spider pub should I say 2for one cocktails. I went to their villa for more drinks and a swim. Chatted about **** mainly about bands that we had seen. Discovered that Richard grew up on the street pretty much. he use to go dumpster diving and wants to eventually help organisations to help people out. On our ...
... we have seen kids as young as ten driving on their own, so this may not bode well. A new motor scooter costs about $500; I told them to save their allowances.
We also have made a couple more day trips into Ubud, which involved a fair amount of just walking around and looking at things. Some highlights:
At one point we wandered into a crowd dispersing from a temple, accompanied by billowing smoke and ash, which turned out to ...
... day as food was everywhere! Edi was just as great to dive with as Val had said and from the one brief dive I'd had with him at the wreck the previous time. He was calm and collected and he spotted fish and things to point out to us that we'd never have seen without him, illustrated immediately when he looked inside a small hole in the reef and pointed in to it. We each looked and I have to admit that for a while I didn't know what I was looking at, until I saw the octopus move. ...
... crazy and none of would have wated to be driving at all! The good roads are just two lanes and while they are well paved, they are narrow and through the mountains there were hairpin curves and steep ups and downs. Still, Maddie was passing at every opportunity. At one point we were passing one of the ubiquitous scooters, a second scooter was passing us so we were three vehicles wide with a car coming the other way, Gisele gave a yelp of fear, but the ...
... we were the only one there for lunch until the end - still haven't adapted to the local eating schedule. we went back up to the various Kuta beachs (Legions, Kuta and Seminyak.) Then we went to Denparsar and Ubud - which is the beautiful cultural capital, and we saw a few funeral ceremony pyres, only here they don't float the remains down the river, but after cremation scatter the ashes in the ocean; somewhat like Hawaii ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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