Green Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the crowds and headed straight to the temple. It was here where we got blessed by a Hindu Monk. You had to wash your hands and drink from the fresh water, before being blessed. It was a crazy experience.
We then sat and watched the sun as it set slowly over the horizon. It was bewitching end to an intense day.
In summation: I adored Bali. And would definitely come back and spend more time on this Island exploring some untouched parts! (If there is any left!)
... We are well aware of the chaotic traffic in Bali but to have a driver nod off a couple of times during the drive is daunting to say the least. Hotel Vila Lumbung was a very nice resort. We had a budget room at the back of the resort, but the staff were lovely and the pool was stunning.
We were hoping to get prescription glasses in Bali but soon found out that with progress, everything else must go up too, and the glasses were no longer cheap to buy so we will ...
... for the day) ate breakfast. Then after driving for half an hour the driver suddenly said 'so where do you want to go first'. Ketut and I had agreed 8.30 was a good pick up time from our hotel to get us to the Batbulan village for 9am to see the 9.30 traditional dance performance. He clearly hadn't translated this properly to his mate, the driver, and so we wouldn't be able to make it to the performance in ...
After an almost full day of travel I arrive back in Bali at Jimbaran beach. I've decided to splurge a bit again and have booked myself into Le Meridien by the beach for my last 3 nights. It's not too big and quite lovely. Just down the beach from the Four Seasons which was $800 a night. It's low season and fairly quiet so they upgraded my room. Sweet! Another big bathroom. I'm told by one of the staff that this is where Harper and gang stayed during the Summit last year. ...
... up, there's piles of rubble, sand, cement and broken breeze blocks every 20 metres. Mostly though it looks like things are getting fixed, rather than buggered further Leah walks past a guy slapping his knees and comically slaps a mozzy bite as she goes past, he retorts with a slap of his own. I do some laughing. Walk past a guy who's body odoir is so bad that we bith feel sick. Not ******* laughing now, although I do feel a bit better that my shorts may ...