Le Jardin Villas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... my money as the Balinese love to barter. One thing to keep in mind when bartering is that your prices must be reasonable as these shops are the locals lively hood. Once you have agreed on a price that's the price you need to buy it at, if you try and keep going lower the locals can take offence to this and regard it as very disrespectful. So just make sure when you reach a ...
... didn't work. We both got tossed pretty hard, but luckily it was smaller than my previous encounter. Upon realizing how far it had pushed me in, I decided to just bust ass and try to get in, largely because I really, really did not want to make that exhausting paddle back out to the lineup. I actually almost did not make it back in because of the current! There is a strong current passing in front of the mouth of the cavern, so if you do not aim far enough to the side of ...
... open on sundays (it's sunday?) so we head 600 metres up the road to "Lotus Mio's" cake cappucino and gelato emporium of sexyness. We have beer and fruit juice, chicken s'getti and salmon salad. Mmmmm chicken Chicken of fiery gobness as it transpires More beer Not trying to tempt fate but this is one of the nicest torrential storms I've ever experienced. I even went so far as to put suntan lotion on earlier. Hotel room for chillouts while we wait until ...
Trip to Ubud monkey forest, rice terraces and
Mount Batur (Gunung Batur) is an active volcano with the last major eruption in 1968 leaving a still visible lava field that is used for fertiliser and construction.
Dinner at ...
... which i was less than pleased with as i swallowed half of it! After the rafting we were driven to a high spot of the island and saw the stunning views of a volcano and its lakes. We then had an agricultural visit around a small coffee plantation where we learnt that the most expensive coffee is digested by a Lowak (sort of cat) and picked out of its poo. The coffees we tried were really nice. There was a pretty rooster ...