- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... then dropped us off, we were given some time to take pictures and have a paddle before the other guy turned up with all the equipment.
We had a wander about and took some photos, then dipped our feet in the sea, it was freezing, but we got used to it quickly. After a bit the guy turned up with the gear, he got a bit stuck in the sand as he was dragging a trailer along and the sand was really soft, due to a lack of rain.
He said we could have a bit ...
... wasn't surprised that it was my first visit to Bali. Now I'm surprised as well.
The people were so amazingly warm and welcoming. Service was always good even if there was usually a little too much of "are you enjoying your meal", "how is your meal", "how are your drinks" etc. I suppose unless they ask they'll never know if what they are delivering is good, bad or ...
... still cool to get to see everything, could see the river through a gap between 2 buildings.
On the way back down the guy stopped the elevator so we could see all the workings of the clocks. There's one grandfather clock keeping time, then a machine that moved all the other clocks to match. There's another machine that rings the bells, they're only allowed to ring them between 8am - 6pm and not at all on weekends as they ...
... summer day! We also did secret Santa. And although we had the chance of a movie card, we ended up with traveling bags and an enormous beach towel. It was hilarious. We topped the night off with some more drinks at Oliver's parents and then I was done with a whole day of drinking and celebrating. During the weekend we went away. Originally the plan was to go to Noosa Heads, but we ended up in and around the Everglades. The camping we stayed on the first day, ...
... I know I would have harped on about it all night if it was Adam or Smudger who had lost. While we were getting the boats back out of the water Ben casually pointed out we were nearly standing on one of the biggest snakes I've ever seen. There was a big Aussie guy there doing a 'Steve Irwin' and yanking it around, winding it up. Apparently it was a carpet snake and they won't kill you but they will bite. This was approximately one hundred yards from camp. So ...