Casa Padma Hotel & Suites
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... happy hour cocktails, the odd massage and out to eat every night. Mmmmm a nice relaxing holiday from our holiday!
So, we arrived back at Darwin in the early hours and found our van, tucked away in the back corner of the caravan park. With little sleep and the sun still to rise we hopped into bed for a few hours shut-eye. Later in the morning the chap from an adjacent site asked if we had heard what had happened to our van .... surprised we said we'd only just ...
Diary Entry 7
I woke up covered in melted ice cream, I fell asleep in bed without eating my dessert, so I called the maid in to clean my sheets while I had a shower. She was done by the time I got out, but they left me a bill for the sheets, $50!! For a bed sheet?! I couldn't believe it but still I paid. I went down stairs ...
... drinks, an umbrella for shade, and chairs. We chose one that had a Canadian flag and sat down for a beer and a chat with a local. It was an interesting conversation about Indonesia and started with us telling him we are Canadian and him introducing himself as Justin Bieber! While we were chatting, Jason had a good idea to see if my bargaining skills were good or not. We asked the two guys from the "bar" what a good price for the pants and shorts is and they said ...
... just put down some sticky fly paper by the food and burn some oils. They really should have shut all the doors. But we leave today so it's not a problem for us. We get the free airport shuttle at about 9am, our flight is at 10.55. Our rucksacks are slightly over the weight limit, which we expected, so it cost us 90,000 (£5), they initially said it cost 900,000 which Ian questioned and the guy then corrected himself, not sure if it was an innocent ...
... Friend Profile – Oliver
We met a young French guy on the last flight who has spent a good amount of time in Bali with his newly "adopted" parents. He had come here on a spiritual journey to find a treatment for his mother’s aggressive cancer. Through his travels he witnessed “healer’s miracles and medium’s unearthly abilities” and was spiritually adopted by a Balinese family. We can’t wait to hang out with him as he’s staying ...