Kubu Bali Hotel
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... for the afternoon. Lunch was served at noon, and it was a selection of three curries, fried tofu, stir-fry vegetables and rice. All very scrumptious so no complaints as of yet on the food front! This afternoon, I co-taught with Jenny to a group of boys who are at primary stage. We spent the afternoon in the computer room going over the simple present tense and concentrating on ‘to be’ and ‘to have’. ...
... banana filled green pancakes and rice flour cakes. We then laid in the spa beach side hut having a Balinese massage for 1 hour to the sound of the waves crashing on the rocks. The massage is preceded by cinnamon tea and concluded with Balinese lemon sorbet. The next activity was to eat dinner a 'Megibung' which is served on a Dulang and is ...
... beer and a chat. found a family guest house like it was two houses next two each other with a double bed in each. while the family lived in a shed at the back hmm.. I had the chance to go have some local food that this reggae dred lock dude said he would take us. Jeremy had already had five beers and *****ed that he didn't want to eat local food. now, for so,e ...
So through the full rain of trying to find a hotel to stay at Jeremy stops the bikes and questions "this is not a niiiice way to have a birthday" I compleeeeeelty forgot about his bloody birthday!!!! At this 35$ a night hotel we sat for four hours drinking beer, coffee eating peanuts listening to the doors, Janis Joplin and BB king. The history of the doors was splayed soon my thus afternoon. The low down was of Jim ...
... out of Indiana Jones.
Walking back into town, we stopped at a spa that featured fish therapy, which had been intriguing Olivia ever since she first saw it in Sanur. There is a large glass tank full of tiny tiny fish. You sit on the side of the tank, insert your feet, and the fish swarm you and try to eat you. For this, you pay money, which to me is counterintuitive, but on the other hand it was worth the cost just to watch the ...