Pelangi Bali Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... overlooking the ravine. I had pizza! And we shared an Indonesian tapas style dish with fantastic satay sauce.
Although we were exhausted we voted to take a taxi into Ubud. It wasn't the amazing, magical place I had expected but a series of markets and some temples. I bought a little bit of jewellry with mediocre haggling and we made our way to the Komaneka hotel in Omkey Forest where they ...
... and illness, to go to more of the temples we wanted to see. Yet we did see the two sides of Bali. On one side was the massive terrible tourism side, where it's just a bit seedy, and about three hours drive away is some of the best of Bali. Beautiful lush scenery, rich in tradition and culture that is wonderfully proud and kept alive by its people. Great food that is simple, cheap and easy to cook. Go to Bali and see it all, go explore and find out more than we did, just don't go to ...
... when I got home. While shopping, we were rather startled by the proliferation of phalluses for sale – key rings and ornaments; painted, varnished and decorated with shiny beads; wood, metal plastic. It is so bizarre…who is BUYING these things?
On our last day, we headed out to Kuta after check-out from the villa and spent time in the really gross tourist areas of Bali. I got one final lovely massage and we wandered the streets while I ...
Up early again, but not as early – breakfast, school, more swimming. Then a trip via cab to the local supermarket, plus lunch and a brief walk around. The highlight of this was happening on the Swastika Bungalows hotel, which is – I am not making this up – directly across the street from the sign indicating the location of the German consulate. Later in the day Elias and I went sea kayaking, and it turns out he is a pretty ...
... His pens stood inside an empty milk carton :). The "bed" for him to examine me on consisted of a plastic tarp over some table. He checked my blood pressure, my breathing and my temperature. Everything was all good. He suspected that I have caught some virus and have infection in upper body. Gave me some antibiotics and sent me home with an order to stay rested for another 5 days!! Ugh. But today offered an important lesson - that life on an island is not always paradise ...