The Kayana Bali
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the last time as tomorrow we were flying back to Thailand. Andrea found out why Padang Padang was so popular! It is the beach of the last scene's of the film "Eat, pray and love" with Julia Roberts and Oliver Baden. We stayed on the beach till half 3, the temperature of the water and surrounding had been absolutely fantastic today and the more we stay here the more I start loving the place, we'll be back, that's for sure! Again we couldn't resist when the little man came ...
... veggies then back into the car for the return trip to Seminyak.
A quick shower later we headed out to meet Liam and his mates at their Villa (Amadea) which was a 20min walk away. Geez, it’s hard to walk for even 20mins in this heat, suitably sweaty we arrived and were greeted by Damian, Liam, Anya, Declan, Linda, Graham and Adele. The villa was amazing, they have their own pool which is about 3 times the size of ...
... and you disappear into a pool. It was really fun to race side by side on some really steep, straight slides. These really hurt your back if you got airborne and my dad was sore for days. I won most of these. Later We walked home along the beach and saw 200 baby turtles being released into the sea. Later we met up with mum's friend for dinner. We all had really good food and for desert I had a massive piece of chocolate ...
... to meet the Komodo Dragons up close and personal.
10. Spending a week making friends and music with some stellar professional musicians on the remote and very beautiful Tip of Borneo.
11. Spending four days in the jungles of Borneo, at a Nature Lodge, where we took part in day and night excursions to look for amazing rare wildlife like the world's smallest primate; observing the behavior of hundreds of monkeys of various species in ...
... I got on the plane and it took 20-30 minutes and we were going to take off. When the plane got into Melbourne I went straight home and seen my family. After seeing them I went to my room and I added up everything. Over all I ended up spending Rp10,940,000 which is 1,940 on shopping only. But over all I ended up spending $4,000. It was the best holiday of my life and can't wait to do it again. Thanks for going on this holiday with ...