Rama Garden Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Kids pool
- Swimming pool
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... this isn't real!! After having our trip cancelled on Wednesday night and being bitterly disappointed, then having a lovely long weekend at our friend's luxury villa at Coolum, we were a bit jaded about it all. But then we landed and IT WAS REAL!!
We cabbed it to the hotel (Lokha Legian), ...
... meowing and making cat gestures, then you cheer and applaud. After your cutesy food (they decorate it for you like an animal) you get to have your photo taken with a maid as a keepsake and then you stumble out into the real world slightly dazed and confused, but happy. Themed cafes are popular in Tokyo, I think people enjoy some interactive entertainment with their food in a way which would never catch on in the UK. There are Gundam cafes, robot cafes (where scantily clad ...
... marched on in the high waters, hoping that restaurants were still open. We headed to the plave where we ate the first night, cause the food was good and it was the closest! After what seemed like the longest walk ever we finally made it, albeit soaking wet. Alcohol was ordered before we had even sat down. As you can imagine there wasn't many people around, we were made to sit out front like the wet dogs we were. We ordered a starter of grilled feta and mixed vegetables to start with, ...
... dashed for cover in to a restaurant - cute little waiter - we were thanking him for the towels and serviettes he gave us to dry ourselves off ( soaked again!!) - " terima kasih , terima kasih ( thank you) - and he asks " you want a taxi??????" - by this time we were quite hysterical - so was hilarious at the time ( just had to be there!)
rain stopped and out came the sun ( not sure what happened to the spider) - went back across a square to ...
... but I won't be the slowest person from what I've gathered. The terrain has been challenging thus far, tougher than other tours from what I've been told. In order to take the scenic and less busy side roads, you need to climb over volcanoes on rough surfaces. We are discussing our route tonight after the bike workshop. We will bike from ubud to the coast and then take the ferry to the island of Lombok from there. I believe about 50 miles are on the agenda. Wish me ...