Hotel Grand Candi Semarang
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... unwind after the long drive. Aside from the "disposable panties" that were handed to me to change into, the massage was quite unremarkable. But when the massage ended, the masseur started to strip the bed while I was still standing there in my disposable underwear! Ok... so I just changed back into my clothes in front of her. Odd... but when in Rome.... Derek was ...
... town another day. if I leave town around sunrise, I will be able to have lunch at the peak and eat a late dinner at sundown when I return!
My host family is awesome. The woman I am living with is old and I cannot understand her well because her accent is heavily affected by the local language and she is missing a lot of teeth. She feeds me way too much delicious food and her maid is spoiling me!
... the road, Bali is definitely the cleanest and friendliest island we've visited so far. The Balinese are very proud of their traditions and love to tell you about it. No wonder that 30,000 ex-pats have settled here.The cruise is scheduled to stay in Bali for two days, perhaps for some to figure out an excuse to jump ship and add to the ex-pat community. Yesterday on our first trek through the island, we saw awesome scenery of the rice paddies ...
... the long stick and managed to shoo him back into the undergrowth. We were group 10 their group was No.13 ! lucky or not, I guess that they saw the dragons in action but not so lucky to have felt threatened. This was the first time that Fred Olsen had visited Komodo, at the presentation to the Captain and officers on the beach yesterday apparently a commemorative plaque was presented to the captain along with a life cockerel. Speaking to one of ...
... temples are erected everywhere for him here.
Along the way, as time passed, we could also see the fog coming down on the terrain and the far away mountains were beginning to disappear from sight. By the time we arrived at the last temple, it was clear that we had been walking for almost ...