Casa Padma Hotel & Suites
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... they were doing customer service and communication training this guy was obviously away sick. The Caravan Park was good and the staff very friendly but dealing with this guy left a bit of a sour taste.
Also bidding farewell to new friends Steve and Val as we head back west and they head east. Just so happens they were in the Darwin Park when we got back from Bali. No doubt we will catch them again when we all get back to our respective home bases of Adelaide and Victoria.
Yesterday we woke up in Sydney and had an early breakfast with our gracious hosts Lauren and Remi. They dropped us off at the ferry which took us from Manly to the wharf and then we took a train to get to the airport. We had a great time with Lauren and Remi. It's so nice to be able to hook up with familiar faces during our travels.
The flight to Bali was about 6 and a half hours and with the time change we arrived at about 4PM. We had ...
... Even though it wasn't the best market to go to, it was by far the cheapest. All the locals come to this market to buy anything that they need, so it was nice to see all of them shopping around instead of tourists for once. Well it was an experience to go to the market, however I don't think we will be going back there at all.
After Denpasser market, we headed back to Kuta to spend an afternoon on the beach with Ady and Bagus again. We stayed there right until sunset, ...
... that and decided to
try something new. Mayuri and Reed saw a healing fish massage which was a
large tank with seats on either side that you put your feet into. The
fish in the tank are from Turkey and eat dead skin. It was one of the
weirdest things I've ever done. These fish were only maybe an inch or
two in length, very small, but you could feel them slightly nipping at
your feet and legs. Some of them, ...
If you're going to Bali, you’ve probably researched 'best attractions’ 100 times, so instead of listing the thousand amazing temples or the mouthwatering cooking lessons, we've decide to list our favourite top ten things that if you are lucky enough to visit Bali in your lifetime, we believe you cannot miss.
ONE) Making friends with a beach bar owner, sitting in ...