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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... At first the plan was to buy a ticket into one of the hotels on the beach. Have their buffet and enjoy the fireworks. December 31st again rain. It was a wet day, actually it was the wettest day yet. It poured from the time we got up till around one. At this time we snuck out for lunch and ended up walking home in the rain. It lasted for another four or five hours. Around nine it stopped and we hustled out to Barb's Bar, for dinner and drinks. ...
Today we got up early and packed. We said goodbye to Sam and walked to the jetty to get our boat to Padang Bai. While we were waiting we watched some local children pour flour on each other and jump into the sea. When we arrived back in Bali we got into a van to the Bali Padma. When we checked in we were welcomed with a drink, it was quite refreshing. Then we were taken to our room, as soon as the guy left we got our togs on and went for a swim it was so ...
... next to the announcer that had the microphone in his hand and he would ask me my opinion of the boxers now and then. The last fight featured a heavy-set midget fighting a normal boy but about the same height of the midget. Everyone, of course, was pulling for the thin, little boy. He would dance around the ring to the music and then plow into the midget when he wasn't expecting it. It was hilarious. They called the boy 'green pants' because of his green shorts. The ...
... the return to our resort. He said he’d be back in an hour anyway and we could meet him then.
The beach had a number of tour boats boasting a ridiculous amount of horsepower (a number of them had 3 x 250HP engines, we also saw one with 4). At various points these were loaded up with supplies and passengers and they headed off to wherever they were going – quickly! The view was gorgeous and it was our first glimpse of the sea for 5 days, this ...
... was a process of making coffee. Then we were able to sample a number of different coffees, teas and cocoas. Our journey continued to a volcano which was last active in 1994. It was foggy as we were so far up and the clouds were thick. We ate lunch with a grand view of the volcano before leaving for our final part of the day. Finally we visited rice terraces which are vast steps of green ...