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We had three months in Jomtien, it had been great just being in one place for a while and relaxing but I was ready to move on and the feet were itching again!
We had one last dinner at Maggs Restaurant just around the corner from the apartment; a couple of friends came along too and it was really nice to have a good meal, a lot of laughs …
I'm not sure whether it's good to be back or not. There's something about Indonesia that makes me feel apprehensive for some reason.
It's the Hindu New Year and following the celebrations yesterday, everyone, locals and visitors alike, are confined to their homes and hotels today. In some ways its nice because there's nothing else to do …
... it. We also had a stop at Ubud markets & then went for lunch at a nice organic restaurant set amongst the rice paddies, a bit of a trek but the scenery & food were nice. Our sole reason for going to Bali was so Ray could play football with the Whitsunday Bald Eagles in the Bali Masters 9's. Unfortunately, he injured his knee in the first half of the first game, he thought he had done his medial again but we now ...
... the taxi counter, however they quoted us a price that is higher then that was being written on the board. We left the counter without booking a cab and check if there is another counter at the other side of the terminal building. As my friend and I was walking, a few touts approached us and asked if we wanted taxi. All of them quoted a price that is significantly higher then that from the counter. We couldn't find another counter and went back to get a taxi from ...
... to anyone passing by from the large bowl on top of her head.
We set up camp at a restaurant/park/bungalows called Warung Rekreasi Bungalows or something or other. Five separate bungalows and tiki huts dot the large garden, many fountains, organic veggie patches, and jungle gym equipment. Our bach was at the top of the hill, overlooked the lake and rice paddies, and although expensive at 425,000 a night after bargaining, was worth it. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sorga Kuta
Great budget hotel, close to the beach and all the small restaurants around in Popies I and II. Helpful staff, basic breakfast but good and clean rooms (we had one with private shower).
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