Le Grandeur Mangga Dua
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... evening was finding something to do for the next few days. The problem was two fold. One, was finding a destination we would enjoy. She was keen on beaches, and I didn't mind that. The second, and perhaps the more difficult one, was trying to find a hotel room in the destination we chose. This was the Eid weekend, and the entire island seemed to be on a vacation. There were simply no hotel rooms available. Like none! The ones that were, were priced ridiculously ...
At about 4:00 AM on February 18 we passed over the equator into the Southern Hemisphere. As is traditional, they held the "King Neptune" ceremony and we were given a certificate stating that we have the king's permission to cross. Other than that, it was a pretty normal sea day. I had caught a cold and so was feeling a bit run-down, so we took it easy. The show was a pretty good production show called "Dance" that featured the HAL dancers and singers in traditional ethnic ...
... go our way for one, and they finally did! The hotel is lush, just like one you stay at on a package holiday! Air con, nice shower, big bed, big room, good view breakfast included, and best of all, no bed bugs! As soon as we put our bags down we headed straight out to get some food for Nathan! We went to a massive food court which was fab! It was a big circle of street food shops on the outside and loads of tables in the middle full of the local people. So ...
I wanted to go to Bali this weekend, but all the waiting sort of cut short my holiday. I decided to spend it in my own city. There are a lot of little museums and things to see. As usual, in the guidebook.
Another downside to my apartment is that you have to take a motor taxi to the bus station, because there are no local buses. I could walk four kilometres and do it, but then I'd be to tired once I got somewhere. Also, I'd probably be late.
... minutes later John had a new do. The haircut ended with a neck and arm massage which we thought was a bit strange but apparently is common here. The whole haircut was set to the evening Muslim call to prayer over the loud speakers and then subsequent Muslim readings. It was almost a surreal experience. Katherine (from the very interesting and informative blog http://kandbabroad.wordpress.com/) documented the whole thing for us.
We took a taxi ...