Dewi Sri Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... up the street to the center of the nightlife, this is where i got the best satay sticks with peanut sauce iv ever had, it even came out in a wee tray with charcoals on it and the peanut sauce was really thick! Loved it. What i loved more about the strip was the amount of skater an surfer type shops, every second shop was a DC, Billabong or Hurley shop! This could be dangerous for my bank balance. Once we had food we went to the nearest half decent looking bar which was called bountys ...
Well, yesterday I came back from yoga to discover my landlord had left an extra large can of poisonous bug spray in my room. As the instructions were in Balinese and the pictures of bugs on the can were pretty generic, I was left wondering exactly what type of infestation I was likely facing. The place is full of ants, so I suppose it could be ...
After now a week of Promises and Lies I got tired of this despite Kupang is not a bad place to Vacationing.... although not much much to do. a local Motorcycle Shop which uses Avgas for their Racing Bikes had 1/2 Drum of Avgas...don't know how old , Quality but I will give it a try to make it to Bali together with whats left in the Tanks from Australia. The Shop probably cobbled it up from the Airport from an Airplane which ...
... Thanksgiving - it was magnificent! Some of the food available to us - water spinach, long beans, curried tofu, plain tofu, curried tuna, tomatoes, peanuts, cucumbers, hard boiled eggs, bananas, oranges, watermelon, and on and on. They had to go to market, think farmer's market at 4am to purchase this food for us to enjoy. We drank ginger ice tea, and she taught us how to make a tonic for stomach issues. They also gave us some red rice to make the red rice tea when we got ...
... the once wild civets in cages and force feed them the coffee. I don’t like supporting that kind of endeavor, but I will claim ignorance at the time.
I am now in the hillside town of Ubud famous for its culture and monkey temple. The temple is
in the middle of the city, but surrounded by lush forest. There, there are hundreds(?) of monkeys all waiting for you to give them bananas or living off the food that the staff at ...