J Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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The morning leaving Sepilok was a little strange and felt a bit surreal. The reason for this was because after 4.5 weeks I was officially leaving Malaysia and moving forward with my travels. I made the choice of Bali partly due to the close proximity to Sabah where I was and also my first choice of Hong Kong was not a good option at the time …
... and how different my body felt than it did back in Canada. Once we finished our 90 minute practice we then were guided through a 60 or 90 minute long meditation. These were sometimes laying down, sometimes sitting and even sometimes walking the labyrinth as a group. All of which were different and provoked different reactions and inner findings than the next. Some made you visualize, question, and even dive into yourself. Others were very much about letting go ...
... a free banana for each hand every time he passed, even if it was 4 times a day. * Catching up with my dads old friend, Mark Baker. Him and my dad, and my dads multitude of cousins, used to hang out in Brighton skating, and Newquay surfing. After a very successful run in New York, Mark is now running a stunning venue in Bali's Seminyak. It's a cafe, restaurant, bar, club and rooftop terrace split over several floors and we had a blast drinking wine and reminiscing while ...
... over 2 small gas ranges, with 2 large skillets. That is it. They have a tiny prep area, that is next to some of the tables, and you get your meals one by one. Poor Larissa and Sara got their meals last of all, and they were the ones who had already been surfing earlier that morning. It was worth it, though- the food was delicious, the sunset over the island was beautiful, and it was fun having great company to talk with all evening.
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We took a taxi for 200,000 rupiah from the western port to Kuta. We had no accommodation booked in Kuta, as we thought the 24hr journey would get us there in the morning. Due to the journey actually being 35 hours, by the time we got to Kuta it was about 9pm, dark and we were both so tired. We got in a bit of a flap and walked around ...