Banyan Tree Ungasan, Bali
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pay the rip off price of 35 usd for the entry visa and discovered his wallet was missing..a few choice words and a frantic dash back to the plane and it was all good the cleaners had already found it..thank god really...spent an hour getting through customs etc in the lovely tropical heat, got us a taxi and we off to the hotel. First port of call once we booked in and was taken to our room was the ...
Pattens love a Sunday lunch, and this one was no exception. Stunning views and lots of fun at Ku De Ta, family day. Great tunes played while the kids enjoyed the craft and bouncy castle, easy afternoon. As always, swims before and after in the villa - if only life was always like ...
... and it falls flat on its ****. Mike said the chat was pretty non-existent before I arrived anyway but it all just felt awkward; like we really don't belong here. The host family are delightful. Mama is clearly a legend. So friendly and with the best crazy laugh and a little diamond on her tooth. She has a baby 'Sophia' who was 7 months old yesterday - a beautiful thing. She also has a 7 year old and a daughter who is much older who has her own 1 year and one month year old. She ...
... grouse mountain gondola down the face of a cliff. Then you are down at this beautiful beach (well as beautiful as Bali beaches get). We had a great day here, and got wayyyy too much sun. We had an umbrella and beach chairs, but we never opened the umbrella, and by the looks of our glowing skin it appears we should have. We also ran out of SPF 15 sunscreen and don't wanna buy more 4 days before going home so we decided to skip the sunscreen and just apply our SPF 30 once we felt ...
... Yesterday I joined the new volunteers in a hike through the rice terraces that I had missed out on during my week of orientation in Bali. The start of the hike unfortunately coincided with the dawn of a massive thunderstorm that showered us with sideways rain and wind for the first few hours. Thunder rippled through the sky and even the constant throngs of mosquitos were forced to retire until the ...