Matahari Bungalow Bar & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a rash vest but when sue tried to pay by card the assistant said it was declined so we payed cash.... On returning to our hotel 5 hours later we checked our online account and the *******s HAD put it through.spent an hour on the internet trying to get a refund without too much success, still look on the bright side it was only 395,000 IDR ( about 20£ ) hope I win on the lottery tonight to cover the ...
... quite easy on the eye, in this case Love is not so much blind; more devoid of any sense of smell. On the upside, should I ever be thrown into deep water unawares I now know precisely how long I’m capable of holding my breath for before I expire. Our driver was duly waiting for us at 6:00am for the trek up to Amlapura which is a very pleasant drive along the east coast of Bali past Candi Dasa, before moving slightly in-land and heading towards the majestic ...
Managed to get up at 8.30 (despite not sleeping too well) and having a cuppa and protein ball and going to "corgeous" yoga - totally awesome :)) better than 5.30 class because not so hot or so many mozzies!! Came back to Kamuela and had my healthy breakfast - always ...
Started the day by planning out the next few days using email to book, since the hotel concierge got one totally messed up its easier to just do it myself after collecting a raft of brochures from Waterbon.
Following the usual never changing breakfast I made use of the very reasonable hotel spa facilities, just rock up and choose from the menu and go straight in. Followed this by lunch beside the pool and then a little dip in the water. Had it to myself and escaped ...
... The third town we visited in Bali was Padang Bai: a costal resort with approximately 3 restaurants, a steep dirt track with cows which led to the beach, and a series of shop houses selling dusty (possibly used) toiletries and icecream. Both of which were cheap so really you can't complain. Talking of cheap, I felt like a fabulous queen during my time in Bali. Withdrawing £100 on the first day, I found myself holding 1,500,000 ...