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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... in them wet. The boat in front of us had extremely effective methods, although one of them did accidentally hit me with his paddle. I forgave him because of his laugh which was like a screeching baboon and cracked us all up. After we had returned from our river escapades I decided to get myself a little TLC at one of the massage parlours. In truth, I mainly did it because Ben kept saying "you'll be a FOOL if you ...
... It really was like taking one step forward and two back, but we got to the top and did have a rather lovely view of the sunrise. Well worth the trek. And on the way down Ellie saw her first wild monkeys in Asia...well probably anywhere actually. There really is so much to do in Ubud. We caught some Balinese dancing, where all of the music is made from voices and people dance a story fire. The story we saw was about a golden deer and good triumphing ...
... de petits restaurants familiaux, très modestes), avant de repartir, en s'arrêtant à un point de vue sur les lacs Buyan et Tambligan, en passant par Munduk, et enfin en faisant un arrêt à Banjar Hot Springs, où nous avons pris un bon bain chaud.
Ce soir, nous avons mangé dans un très bon petit warung, c'était pas cher et délicieux. Ce fut notre premier (et dernier) bon repas à Lovina. Nous partons demain matin, à Pemuteran, sur la côte Nord-Ouest.
... gradually starting to learn Baha Indonesian and have mastered the usual phrases of Please, Thankyou and counting to ten. Most of the rest of my vocabulary extension seems to come from signage at the side of the road that I notice as we cycle past. Thus, I have acquired the knowledge of a string of useless words such as Office and Solicitor, but the vast majority is Food related as it's usual for the wee shacks by the side of the road advertise their ...
... unfortunately these kind of places are quite expensive to buy from. Our second stop was the water palace, called Tirta Gangga. It's a beautiful garden with a big temple, surrounded by water features, lakes and beautiful ancient statues and carvings. After this we headed to Amplapura, a sleepy Balinese country town, where we visited a local food market. We tried loads of different Balinese sweets but didn't really like any of them, they don't seem to ...