- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... with them. I went to school this morning feeling quite sad that it was my last Monday, but you can't stay sad for long there as I was soon bombarded with hugs and demands to dance Shake It Off... I swear I can do that dance backwards, blindfolded and in my sleep I have done it so many times! But they still love it and it makes me smile so much every time I see them do it. I was in class A today with Ayu, Ari, Toeng and Richo and we made a huge colourful alphabet which ...
... was pitch black, so instead we all just chatted. Gustav was a wood carver and travelled all around exhibiting his work, his daughter was a teacher. Atilla was a 32, had corn rolls, a unique accent, was a helicopter mechanic and a snowboard enthusiast. We stopped once on the way there, at a random coffee plantation and had a coffee and cold banana pancake with other travellers from different cars, also doing the Batur climb. The car park at the bottom of Gunung Batur ...
So the last few days have pretty much been spent partying all night and sleeping most of the day. We normally wake up by 12/1 and spend the afternoon chilling by the pool in our hotel or by the beach which is really close by. I've been more drunk every single night this week than ever before in my life and I can't begin to find the words to explain how much fun we've had and how much I've laughed! ...
... a few of the main streets and parked up at a warung in a main street to grab some lunch and check on the map where we were. Strangely enough as per the previous few days we had pulled up within 10 metres of the temple we were looking for. This good fortune of arriving at these places is becoming a bit of a bizzare habbit! The temple itself was nothing spectacular although the paintings inside the roof were quite impressive and it was a nice place to hang out for half an hour after ...
the only thing that is sustaining the economy up here and the Balinese are well
aware of it and from what I have observed, they are really keen to get their
kids educated to make sure they can be a part of this emerging country. Statistics say they do not have any
more people below the poverty than Australia does so they are adapting to these
changes very well. Sadly, I think the beauty of the place will be lost as more