Puri Bagus Candidasa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
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... the camera with a took photos of what can only be described as a sea garden. We all got stung by sea lice (which turns out to be the spawn of jellyfish - we googled it) and the water started to get increasingly cold. We’d had enough after an hour and climbed out - the water was quite rough and the clouds had come over, completely covering the last rays of sun.
Edd sat with his back towards the spray and I sat between his legs with a towel ...
... which personally I couldn't give a toss about as it's so cold up here! Obligatory pictures snapped, we descend back down, which is effectively skiing down, as every step slides another metre, so after the 3 and a half hour ascent, the proposed descent takes us only an hour and twenty minutes, as the French guys and myself ski back to our base camp, where I catch an invaluable hours kip waiting for the others! By ...
... was attached to the owner/chefs house and would definitely not pass Australian health conditions but that is something we as westerners have to overlook in Bali. The kitchen itself as well as the cooking utensils and food were very clean, the food was fresh and the tables were clean but if you were to look in as a bypassing pedestrian you probably would keep walking. Here is the thing though, some of the best food we have eaten in Bali have been from warang which ...
... felt a bit dusty on the whole trip. But if you finish the night with a couple of Senggigi Guinness then that will tend to happen.
The blog entries may slow down a little as Julie and I now have a week of poking around Bali and plenty of r&r. I will however keep you informed of all our major happenings and funny moments. Keep the comments coming as we love reading them.
You will see photos of our group although we missed Aph from the UK and she stayed on in ...
... metres of us the whole time. Of course, I'd stopped paying any attention to the fish. You could always see tropical fish. But how often could you swim with a sea turtle?
After an hour and a half, on top of the previous two hours, I was beyond waterlogged. My fingers had been bugging me for almost an hour, they were so pruny. When I did finally get out, my tongue was even pruny, and I've never felt that before. This was undoubtedly the longest I'd stayed ...