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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... The following day we wanted to branch out of the town and once again rented a moped. Driving in the town was pretty hectic but a few minutes and the roads was quiet and a pleasure to drive on. We headed out towards Mount Batur a volcano apparently 2 hours drive from Ubud. The drive was a lot different from the drives we did in Lombok, much more cars and bikes, with little shops and shacks along every inch of the road and this part of Bali ...
... and went all day, doing their own thing. See photos. This evening we intended to go to a Jimbaran Bay seafood cafe but after hearing some horror stories about the rip offs and lousy food, it was all too much trouble and we walked down along the beach to Zanzibar where we had an okay ...
... listens raptly, perched on her bolster, eyes wide and filled with tears ... because even when the words are incomprehensible, the emotion touches her so very deply. She's a beautiful soul.
Our two translators Mao and Fumiko work overtime to parse new and unusual concepts for the Japanese group - an especially challenging task with Hamid, who will often speak for five minutes at a time and then pause. With a deep breath, they begin, barely pausing for another inhale until they ...
... s harbour and we had to wait another four hours for the next boat to arrive until we could get them!!! I was furious! And freaking out at the thought of not getting my bag back and potentially being left with no belongings apart from the ones in my little rucksack. We chilled on the beach and got lunch in a little restaurant and then at two thirty the second boat finally arrived, after three people had all told us a different arrival time because no one in Asia ever has a clue ...
... On our final day we went to one of the great temples of Bali as it would be a crime not to. We decided the visit the cliff edge temple of Uluwatu. Transportation around is really only done by private driver, but as it was raining and he was an hour late we only had about a half hour there of daylight. The cliff edge temple and crashing waves were impressive, however it wasn't as stunning as people made out, and the many many monkeys were attracted to Ali's flip flops which ...