Courtyard by Marriott Bali Nusa Dua
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... to the pick up point, again early to guarantee our spot. We were the only ones in the car!
After the whistle-stop trip to the beach, we were also keen to check out Bali Collection, a shopping complex about 15 minutes drive from the hotel. This shuttle left at 4:37 so we nipped back to the room to change and headed back out front. This shuttle was operated by the shopping complex itself and stopped at a number of different hotels on a loop. We ...
... Travelling during low season is great, especially when the weather cooperates. It's still considered to be rainy season here. Other than the late afternoon downpours in Ubud it hasn't rained otherwise. I totally lucked out. Tonight I headed to the beach for dinner. Jimbaran is famous for its BBQ fish restaurants. They are lined up just behind my hotel. They burn coconut shells for the fire. The smoke can get a bit thick but it's cool and it's beachfront dining. You ...
... The show tonight is Broadway and its really good! The show is followed by a doctors and nurses party. The had some of the staff walking around with shots in syringes and giving them to the guests. We both had a couple of these shots and continued with lots of dancing and cocktails.
We then go to the night club for only a half hour afterwards and then head to bed!
Jeremy and Juanita
... seemed to be a lot fuller than the others so we made our way over and found a shady spot. Jimbaran is renowned for its seafood restaurants and we figured maybe a good feed would bring us back around.
I went a bit mental with a seafood bbq of clams, squid and snapper whilst Laura decided to play it a bit safer with a banana pancake. With a load of food and a few sugary drinks inside I started to feel better, but unfortunately Laura was deteriorating. ...
... journey easier... After you get your visa, you pick up your bag and then need to take it through customs. In this area there are quite a number of very official and professionally dressed "porters" who are more than happy to assist you with wheeling your luggage for the 25metres to the customs checkpoint. Obviously they charge for this service and it is only a measly 5000 irp (50c AUD), however, for the amount of work involved, it does seem outrageously ...