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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there was dirt in the gasoline. So the driver got rid of some of the gasoline snd then we could continue again. We were extra happy to reach our hotel ;-) After breakfast at the hotel we continued our trip, to Kalibaru. We were supposed to visit a plantation there, but because of the problems with the jeep, we left late and did not get to Kalibaru in time to go to the plantation. Bur our hotel also had a small plantation, so we stralled thru the plantation before it ...
... a few hours with them and they showed us a local market with loads of clothes stalls, food and live bands, it was a really cool place! We had a few drinks together and then Alivia and John had to head out so Adam and I got food and went back to their apartment. There's an outdoor pool on the 5th floor so we decided to go for a swim at 9pm. It was so cool having a city backdrop whilst being in the empty pool in the night time, it was a great way ...
... and see nothing coming, then next minute theres a massive wave right behind you. Also, the sea bed was full of peaks and troughs so one minute you'd be able to stand and next minute you couldn't. The waves were just so unpredictable, and when they did form they were just too big for us. One too many blows to the head with the board and I gave up after about 40 minutes. We did manage to get some great GoPro footage for a 'How NOT to surf' instructional video. ...
At Melbourne airport I saw three Customs and Border protection guys questioning closely two muslim women. They were looking at passports and other documents and went on for 20 minutes or so. I thought they were being over officious so I complained to the Virgin check in staff, not much response there. Later the women boarded my flight and I was thinking, gee I hope they searched them.
Driving through Denpasar was quite a shock. Where were the people? Where were the streel ...
... on this trip so far. A dish of chopped squid mixed with Balinese spices, served with rice being a particularly memorable culinary delight.
A popular activity for tourists is to partake in a cooking class. The cost of these can be expensive so I had to search to find an affordable one for travellers on a budget. The restaurant, Manik Organik, offers a three hour class for 300,000IRP (£15) which was the cheapest option I could find. It ...