HARRIS Hotel Tuban Bali
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We arrive late at 9.45pm in Denpasar - too late to travel all the way to Nusa Dua. So we will stay in the Harris Hotel and start our adventures in Denpasar.
We will arrange for a driver to take us on a slow trip to The Laguna stopping off along the way to see the sights from Denpasar to Nusa Dua. Check in is 3.00pm.
... right before slowing down at the end. The screams and cries heard were scary but mom and dad stepped up and we both reached climax. It all goes by so fast it is hard to remember. Caleb ran up to Christine and gave her a big high 5!!! Fully exhausted we went across the street to The Boardwalk Restaurant which overlooks Kuta Beach. It was relaxing in the shade but at the same time this area is not one would really want to spend a lot of time at. We found ...
... am thinking. I feel my self control at All Inclusive's is non existent - just an observation. Update: Much like David’s 70th birthday at Le Crocodile… The first Filet went down so well, I sheepishly asked the waiter if he could be so kind as to please bring another. The pesto pasta was great at the Italian place. Caleb needed help eating the last slice of pizza. I did however manage NOT to eat dessert - I am getting ...
... and other high sugar fruits. When it came to Jacks turn he basically got told to eat less meat which didn't go down too well! Afterwards we visited Ubud market where Jack bought some presents for family before going back for another swim. We had found a great little bar called Dian which we visited again tonight for food and drinks then called it a night.
At 9am we caught the shuttlebus to Kuta - our final destination. We ...
... to what I have seen in India. I didn't recognise many of the statues but it is clear that religion is an important part of daily life. Everywhere in Bali smells like incense from offerings scattered all over the streets and on temples. Even in a taxi journey, the driver will pull over to buy another offering for his car. They must do something, because despite some interesting driving techniques we arrived everywhere safe and sound.
We arranged to do a fair ...