The Kayana Bali
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
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... t disappointed, the views were magnificent and it was calm and peaceful unlike Ubud town (Dan also got his penknife sharpened by a local rice farmer!). Whilst in Seminyak we had booked a morning yoga class and at 9 am, (very early for us to be out of bed let alone doing exercise especially after a 45minute walk into the rice paddies), we were met by 'Yogi Lyndsey', Dan tried his best not to laugh throughout the class, especially when Lyndsey mention levitation and ...
... rice fields (undoubtedly full of snakes, so only viewable from inside a vehicle). We passed some people preparing for a feast of some sort, by slaughtering some animals (not sure what - didn't want to look) right there on the side of the road. I'm learning to not be surprised by anything I see. The shala is a large platform with a high, thatched roof sitting in the jungle. ...
... we had to fly out on sat when it's actually sun! It felt great to gain a day!! So now we get to see lombok when we thought there wasn't time. We decided to extend another night here in Gili T and the hotel has everything worked out for tomorrow. Once we wake up we have a boat waiting for us to take us to lombok and a hotel booked. There is also a private driver bringing us to a famous waterfall and kuta an area I hear is great. Trying to enjoy these last few ...
... Kuta 0 After a few days of not moving an inch apart from to grab another Bintang, we were ready to move onto Ubud. We decided to hire a guide to take us around because, and this may come as a surprise to you, I cant drive a moped. To put it lightly our guide's knowledge was questionable, he had photocopied a Balinese guide book and selectively read it to us after we entered each location...alone. He, of course, was unable to join us as he was by his own admition working ...
... which did have coverings on the windows so we switched after dinner. It was much nicer and more comfortable than our previous room. Unfortunately, it was part of the family bungalow and the upstairs couldn't be rented separately from the bottom. This meant that the next day, Nalini and Shankar moved in to the room downstairs and we moved upstairs. We decided that sharing a bathroom was preferable to having bugs flying ...