Le Jardin Villas
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... they are able to pick out the coffee beans and from that make coffee. Of course I tired it are you crazy how many of you have had poop coffee! It was actually really good! It was a great day, the drive being half the fun as we drove past hundreds of rice field and little villages where we got a snap shot of some of the people's lives.
We spent the next few days driving around on the scooter, checking out other little markets and some good times by the pool!
... Things you never knew your eyes could do! Of course throughout the day we looked around shops, walked around the town and also tried some organic musli and fruit in a little cafe which was lovely. There is so much to see by just looking around the shops you could spend days here just wandering all day! In the evening we went back to bendi, where I had a cheese omelette and some rice. Both very lovely and too cheap to be true, perfect if you just want something ...
... a couple of the local scenic spots and had arranged to get a lift to Echo Beach. Ruth had checked it out on Lonely Planet and it seemed that it was a great surfing haunt but not a lot else in the area so we were going to pay a bit extra and have Nyoman pick us up again in an hour since taxis aren’t always readily available. However when we went to meet Nyoman he told us the villa van had a mechanical issue and had gone to be fixed so instead the villa would pay ...
... 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 ...
When I left Vietnam, there was a real sense of the journey nearly being over. My last stop was Bali. I've not been there before and have mostly been a bit snobbish about this destination given that the Australians who generally end up here haven’t seen much more of the world. Sure enough, you couldn’t move for the tourists, but I managed to steer clear for much of the time.
I’d had the sense back in August to book myself space in a ...