Bali Rani Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Kids pool
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... is still a nightmare and the Balinese still negotiate it twice daily without ever showing the aggressive road rage seen on our roads.
Lovely to arrive and settle into the Melati Cottages in Penestanan. It is just out of the main Ubud area and it is one of the quietest places I've ever been. My room is huge - about the same size as my entire unit at home, with views over the small nearby ricefields.
Didn't really unpack, I was so tired I walked to an ...
wandering around, I am starting to get the feel of Kuta. There is sun bathing, massages, swimming, massages, restaurants, massages, tours including a spa, night clubs and then there are the massages. I have never had so many people wanting to get their hands on me, well except for that one time when ...
my diet went on holidays when I saw the buffet breakfast, just had to try everything, and then ...
... but a private parcel company. And it was closed. The taxi driver tried to sell me a ride to another place, but I was unable to withhold my anger by this point. I paid him his fee, but also told him that I would find another ride back to the hotel. "You are not an honest man." I said. "I asked you to take me to the closest post office and you didn't. And now this place is closed and so are all of the other ones. (It was now past 5P)." I ...
... I am sitting on a terrace of a seafood restaurant on the beach of Jimbaran, between Uluwatu and Kuta Beach. I ordered grilled squid and salad. Nobody here because it is still early and the wheather is bad. Except the occasional european mother travelling with her daughter, killing the time with some game. Or with her son for that matter, both smoking like chimneys. And some Chinese tourists who tend to come in groups acting all the same. They ...
... in the world). By comparison, Egypt is the biggest Arab country at about 80 million. It's reassuring that I haven't felt any of the anti-western animosity among Indonesia's Muslim population that is so apparent in Arab countries I've been to like Egypt and Morocco.
But back to Bali. There are two and a half million people here, hardly a remote, deserted island. It has numerous cities of some size, and lots of traffic congestion. ...