Jati Home Stay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a paper chain, and I felt especially good as the one boy who never joins in anything actually sat a did it for the whole time!! After a day of what felt like I was doing 1000 different things, I crashed in the evening and didn't leave my bed :) ...Well so I thought... At about 10:30 I got a message from my friend who was feeling really ill saying that she needs to go to the doctors. She was so poorly when we picked her up, with a fever and not really knowing what was going ...
... the oils inside. As chef said, "here in Bali we chop chop, not slice" as we tend to slice & dice our food, they chop with the cleaver.
It was fun watching Simon and a few of the others grinding up the chilli and ginger as a few good reactions to the spices were good for a laugh. Everyone had a go at chopping and grinding, and then on to the cooking. We fried off some chillies to make Sambal Goreng, which is basically a fried chilli sauce, ...
... under one of the jets coming from the rock. There were Balinese people everywhere and not so many tourists which was nice to see. We started walking back and I bought some snake fruit which I really like (also known as reptile fruit) from a vendor. Again it was by the kilo and like in India with the mangos I underestimated how much they weighed, asked for half a kilo and ended up with a massive bag full. After walking half an hour a guy offered us a free ...
... airport but we quickly informed him this wasn't the case and handed him a sheet of paper with the address of our next hotel in Kuta. We thought this would be an easy trip from here so jumped into the car without a single worry in our minds. The drive was out of the rural Canguu to busy Kuta. The drive turned out to be our drivers worst day. You know sometimes at work just everything goes wrong. This is what happened to our driver. Firstly he crashed the car. ...
... with our guide and set off in pitch darkness armed only with torches. For the next 30 mins we climbed steadily up a reasonably comfortable ascent and stopped in a clearing for a breather and some water. The next stage was to prove more challenging. The volcano last erupted in 1949 and had left a huge scar of black volcanic rock which we were now clambering up. Loose rock and debris from the person in front often proved tricky for the person behind and the incline ...