Candi Beach Cottage
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No, no, noooooooo!! I was in almost finished with my blog post in Dutch and English and my iPad didn't save it! This blog post will never be as creative as it was, I'm sorry! Skip this one if you have a bad feeling about it now... I started by describing how I sat on a beautiful white beach while writing this post, with a bright blue sky and clear …
... interested looks. And everyone is so happy to meet me! The last thing yesterday was a good swim in the warm salt water pool and also it was the first thing this morning. And will be the last again tonight. My hair is loving it and I'm sure my skin will show it's happiness about it too. Fruit is plenty and my wobliness from New Zealand will hopefully go away now :P Talking about that, relaxing makes me hungry. So I will find myself something to eat now ...
... waiting as told, bright and early, from 8am. The 'fast boat' didn't leave until 9.30am. 1 1/2 hours of waiting in the sun with Ru strapped to me didn't leave me feeling laid back. I moaned loudly enough that it was suggested I wait in the boat to get Ru out of the scorching sun. Our tickets were 600,000 IRP per adult and 400,000 IRP for Millie, for return tickets. We bought them from our guesthouse in Ubud and it turned out to be a great deal. We saw them advertised ...
... okay but we overlooked the beach. We explored the town and it looked like only a strip of restaurants and bars. The rain came down heavily but we both avoided getting wet by eating and drinking at every occasion. I truly believe this place will be big. Everything is owned by Aussies . We had a few drinks over looking the ocean and I ordered a Cheese pizza from room service it was a fairly relaxing ...
... to relax and take it easy. Nasi Goreng is a favourite meal. We saw a traditional cremation ceremony, or some of it at least ( it lasted over 9 hours) and played with the monkeys in the sacred forest. There were lots of Europeans in Ubud and to our surprise there was an eatery next to our homestay called 'Warung schnitzel', we didn't eat there. Next onto padang bai by bus on the east coast of Bali and as greatly anticipated 'back ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service