Maxi Hotel, Restaurant & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... Hindu temples, flower offerings in little baskets outside of homes and stores. Allowed vehicles include scooters and mini-trucks which were used to shuttle tourists from the ferry. No cars. Our accommodation was a deluxe bungalow that shares a beautiful garden/courtyard with 2 other bungalows. It is owned and run by a super-chill guy and his wife and sister. As soon is we walked into the garden, we knew we were in the right place. Such a sense of peace. For $42 a night, ...
... tasted better seafood and it was only average and very expensive. Disappointing. Scotty also thinks he had a bad clam and has suffered Runny Bottom syndrome ever since. Headed back to the resort for our 90 minute massages and wine bath. Lovely professional massage rolled by sitting in a spa bath while having red wine poured over us. They didn't warm the wine though so was bloody cold. Supposed to be anti ageing so can't be a bad ...
... I was invited out for dinner with the Canadian girl and her hostel friend. We were supposed to be meeting her volunteer friends but they were too far away to walk to. We came to a very lovely restaurant where I had my "Christmas dinner" of marinated grilled duck and a chilli sauce with rice and veggies. Super tasty but very filling so I took some black rice pudding as a take away dessert and started my Christmas skyping, staying up till 3am to get ...
... were leaving, the owner was taking a vacation, not much was going to happen, so the other volunteers could handle it. But I just knew my life and my journey wasn’t over, but it was over for here for now. Sometimes you just have to go with your gut and you’ll be happy. So I did.
I left left the next day, shared a taxi with one of the guests of the retreat and headed to Kuta. Her name is Liz from the U.K. She had read a very ...
There was high expectation for Gilli T, as our Irish beauts Emma and Karen had told us a lot about the place. They recommended a hostel to us, Gili Backpackers. As we arrived on the island it had the Phi Phi vibe, again there were no cars or dogs allowed and the locals used horses and carts to get around. We didn't like the use of horses at all and felt sorry for them having to work all day in the heat. Turning up to Gili Backpackers, this ...