Mai House Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Anyway, so I went to a book store and bought a Bali guidebook. I was letting the Indonesia trip just happen until that point, and thinking that I will let her decide what she wants to do in the first week. Now, I realized that I needed to plan the trip based on what I wanted to do. On a funny note, the Lonely Planet guide looks the part, but is really an duplicate guide. The pages inside, for most part, looked like good photocopies. So, I had bought an ...
... to the neck in sand, etc... The worst - the "Tiger cage" - small cages just large enough for a crouching man. The prisoners would be put into the cage in 40degree heat and left in the sun for days occasionally being doused in sewage or other unpleasantness. The other was the hot box, a small metal box with no air holes. A dozen prisoners would be stuffed into it and it would be locked for days - no air, no water in 40 degrees- nasty. They dig have ...
... been told about a renovated lotus pond in the town, we found it. Unfortunately it didn't look very renovated to us, quite a lot of litter floating around. On the way back we drove past the prison a very grim looking place, with guards in towers and plenty of barbed wire. Another interesting place was the local pharmacy I needed some razor blades, ended up with a copy Gillette razor for 3$. What shocked us was ...
... walked around the 3 stories of this old derelict building trying to imagine what was it like. Once again, Maureen thought the view would be better standing on the ledge of the balcony, whilst I was quite happy just to sit on the ledge. She was definitely over her motion sickness to say the least. Next it was time to see the new casino, which only opened it's doors in 2012. It certainly was odd to see a 4 star hotel and casino at the peak of a national park but what ...
We woke up on the floor outside our hotel room around 5:30am and started packing our bags. It was obvious we were in a rush to get out of our bug infested sauna of a room. After one more breakfast at our hotel we actually checked out this time and paid our dues ($51.25 and $45 for 5 nights including meals and drinks). We headed into town to see if we could find a mechanic to do a quick tune up on the moto. All it needed in our eyes was tightening of the brakes, the bearing checked, and ...