Le Jardin Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were also still plenty of fish to look at and other divers too. We were a little disappointed not to see any turtles though, however, we were reassured that we would see some on the Gilli Islands.
Our boat to Gilli Trawagan was the next morning, we were warned that it was a bit of a bumpy ride, so took some pills in anticipation. It was lucky that we did, as the small boat jumped out of the water after every wave, that left most people on board looking a bit ...
Well, anyone who knows me will not be surprised to learn that I set off in the opposite direction of Ubud Centre yesterday...saw some interesting things but not the town. Lol Today, with map in hand, I was more successful. I just wandered, which is to say, I got lost in many different parts of town - no easy feat in a place with essentially 3 streets. Ubud is an interesting combination of traditional and touristy, with street vendors next to Polo shops; fancy ...
We finally made it to Bali! The part of our trip I´ve been waiting for so long. We´ve booked a nice villa for the fist four nights in Seminyak a quiet part just outside of Kuta. The transport from the airport was included in the service of the villa, so we got picked up by a nice driver and didn´t have to deal with negotiating with taxi drivers. As we arrived at the villa we were speechless. We´ve seen photos in advance and I´ve shown all my ...
... it was all about settling into local life. Meeting locals you could get to know a little more and just enjoying the simple things that each day brought. I'm not a one to usually bum around on a beach all day but in between reading several books I sat and enjoyed each moment, each sunset each little encounter and conversation I had. Plenty of time to sit back and take in the trip I have had for the past year and to pull all my thoughts together, into perspective.
... in a traditional Indonesian cooking class, making a variety of dishes including chicken satay (yummy!), nasi goreng, fish curry, shredded chicken and sambal. The class was extremely interesting and we realised Indonesian cooking is quite similar to that of Indian, i.e. involves numerous spices, flavours and rice. We initially took a trip to the market where we were told about the various ingredients that went into the dishes, including various types of ...