Grand Inna Kuta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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... rain. I didn't realize it, but there is still Balinese royalty, though I'm not exactly sure how that works. They do come out for special occasions or religious ceremonies. I also caught up on my laundry, washing over half of what I brought, all for $2. Almost every day, I had a $5-6 massage. Who could resist at those prices?
With the photos, there is a cool video you should watch - two fruit bats getting affectionate with me. Reminded me of ...
... in Denpasar took a while but we came back around 9.30 and had dinner at a restaurant across the road from our resort. We then had to go back to the doctor near Kuta on the following day with the scan.
The scan didn’t show anything and the doctor prescribed antibiotics and probiotics and pain killers which seemed to work instantly, (possibly infected ulcer). Having the all clear now, let us relax enough to explore some of the area on foot and then to ...
... rice fields to have lunch in an area surrounded by rice terraces/fields with the restaurant having a stunning view of the fields. After lunch we headed to the Monkey Temple where there are heaps of long and short tailed Macaques roaming around the complex. You are given a guide to walk you through the complex which is mainly to protect you from the Macaques who get a little close for comfort sometimes, especially if they think, or if you do have food with you - I witnessed a ...
... police station.Started my report and explained the accident. I could see I was taken seriously. The problem was Bali procedures are very different than Flores's one. It is much more difficult and a lot of bureaucracy. It looked like it will be a long day, but that, I knew already before I even started it. The question I have expected all this time finally popped out. Was I drunk? No! What was I doing then at 4:30 am on a street?? Well...I was walking a friend to main street to ...
After weeks on end of saying to one another at dinner 'I would love to know how to make this myself' we have finally cut to the chase and done something about it. Today we spent a brilliant morning at Cafe Bali (tres original name) taking part in their Balinese cookery course. We met at the cafe at 9 to be driven to the local food market to pick up the ingredients we needed for the recipes. Niomi and I hopped onto the back of our teachers moped to be whisked away to ...