Balibaliku Beach Front Luxury Private Pool Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the scam bit. They sat us down and a very rough looking Aussie girl tried to sell us time share in their resort. We tired very quickly of their sales pitch as they dodged questions of cost. The senior salesman, Frank, was a grubby looking Scotsman and if possible turned us off further. We eventually had enough and said we were off. She then got quite rude. It would have been nice to tell her where ...
... we pulled up for our second surfing lesson. As soon as you are in the waves, you are instantly distracted and focused all at once so you do not have mind space to even think about sharks anymore. Which brings me to my next point. Some tips regarding surfer etiquette: 1- If you are heading straight for another surfer and you are going to hit them, jump off your board! This is the fastest way to stop your board. I learnt that the hard way, about 2 minutes after being in ...
... pool for a few hours before we head into the airport. Julie is paddling lazily around the pool and I am getting a ball by ball description of Aus v Pakistan on the laptop. How decadent is all that ? Will send our final blog maybe from the airport.
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... banana dumplings. Of course we had to consume the results and I must say, we were mighty impressed with ourselves.
On our way to Ubud, Doug was eager to visit a coffee tasting plantation/facility to try the “cat poo coffee” otherwise known as “catpoocino”. It’s actually called Kopi Luwak and the “cats” it comes from are weasel-like animals called civets. These civets are let loose into ...
... to have a plan B, I resorted to yoga on our rock hard tiled floor, covered in sand and all sorts of insects. Having once offended my Buddhist Singaporean GP by crushing with my finger the ant which was crawling across her desk, I'm loathe to squash any insects now, even in the privacy of our own room. I was only trying to be helpful. The second fly in the ointment is that there are no waves today, so no chance to surf. The waves have been really strong all ...