Komaneka at Bisma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... bag not realising it had not entered the machine yet, meanwhile people were walking back and fpruth through the metal detector. the hole polava was a great show. Then you have to go through a second lot of security where they take your water. Not wanting to give up our water and being early we decided to go for a cigarette and do security all over again. Well we were surprised to find that you just leave the airport area trough a door just down from security that is not one way or ...
... police incident! I passed through some rice fields so pulled over to have a look about, amazing landscape! People were hard at work in the sun whilst others wandered through the paths and levels that connect them. I continued up the road I had been climbing for the past hour or so when I noticed a storm coming my way, literally within minutes it was tipping it down, I'm sat here now under a small shack in the middle of nowhere hoping it will calm as ...
... on. I was growing sicker by the moment
and was tempted to ask him to pull over so I could throw up. It seemed ages of
going through the green mountains but we arrived at the place for a waterfall.
Although the path was paved, it looked like it was built
ages ago. A few shanties were scattered about with various souvenirs and
snacks. No one was really about so I had the path by myself. Up and down on the
paved road I walked. I heard the ...
... the rice paddies above the town (this time the sun was shining and they were so brilliantly green), visiting the temples and most excitingly for Dom, eating roast suckling pig, a Balinese delicacy!
Ubud is the cultural centre of Bali so we decided we really should see one of the dances in the evening which was well worth it with beautiful costumes set against the backdrop of the royal palace.
We had a ...
... that cars, bikes and pedestrians squeeze down together, the bright lights and monster sounds coming from nightclubs and bars, and heaps and heaps of shopping.
Staying near Poppies Lane II everything was walking distance. After a few days of beating the streets sussing out items to bargain for, we had done quite a few k's on our feet, stopped in at various lunch cafe's and then chilled back at Adhi Dharma Hotel in the pool and pool ...