Corus Paradise Resort
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... we've been having are starting to sit on our hips!
Having not done any washing in Bali for the last four days, we bundled it all up and took it to the laundry lady across the road from the hotel. A kilo of washing cost us 4 ringgits. It was beautifully washed and folded and ready within 6 hours. That kind of spoiling could make me very lazy.
... choppy, but Apa Lagi wasn't so lucky and dragged so we all eventually in very poor visibility headed off to try and get to next anchorage.
It all died down in a couple of hours and we anchored around 1600. Fiona off Apa Lagi had a made a pavlova for me but I wasn't the best as had a bad cold, so we stayed aboard on our own boats!!
It’s amazing how word got around & I am not admitting it to ...
... podróży od 24 godzin wiec zmęczenie zaczyna powoli dawać o sobie znac. Poza zmęczeniem kolorytu do podróży dodaje fakt, ze jestem lekko wtórnie pijana, co zawdzięczam szczęśliwemu Rosjaninowi siedzącemu koło mnie w samolocie. Cóż to sie rozwodzić- oddech owego osobnika jeśli nie zabijać, to zdecydowanie mógłby ...
... the gardens. Popular with joggers and walkers. Small cafés wafting smells of fresh coffee. We were caught in a heavy shower of rain and waited the worst of it out under the Elm trees lining the path. Returned to the hotel for jumpers and scarves and walked to the museum. By the time we arrived the weather had cleared. We purchases tickets for the observation Deck and to a private art exhibition. Slecky views onto the fountain and roundabout and out over ...
... was fixed in about five minutes and he was back out on the track. As the rain continued to fall during the session the cars were making impressive water trails as they drove down the straights. The teams were trying different tyre strategies with some going on intermediates, others wets. While there were no constant timing on the screen like at home with my binoculars I could see the placings and follow what was happening well enough. I think ...