The Niche Bali
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... This is when I move between adult and child as far as Jenn is concerned. Really though, the important stuff is essentially done...I got us there, we're checked in, we have no bags, we've cleared security. So far on this trip around the world we are 3 for 3 at the airport security desk. The first two "discussions" were because we had inadvertently packed knives in our carry-on luggage or were carrying one on our person. Apparently, this is frowned upon. Today's crime ...
... Papa Roach thrown in (blast from the past). Eveline and Manon probably didn't know what to think as Kate moshed away up front and Nicola sat making paper roses with her new friend Rambo, this skinniest littlest Indonesian guy you'll ever meet who had a reputation for making the best napkin flowers in town.
The next day the four of us decided to hire a car with a driver (something which seems to be a popular thing to do in Bali as an alternative to buying a ...
... is air-conditioned therefore $10 more.
Room 8 s a very traditional Balinese one room house with heavily carved doors and windows and an especially beautiful view from the verandah/balcony out to the sea, so I am very happy to have my last few days in it.
Reasons for so many moves are known only by the manager. I'm still unsure myself. Anyway, I will be in Room 8 until very early Saturday morning when I leave for the airport at 6.30am.
... at Ngurah Rai, Denpasar's airport, named after I Gusti Ngurah Rai who died in a puputan, a Balinese ritual suicide with a priest or self inflicted kris (ceremonial knife) through the breast much like the Samurai tanto through it's stomach during a Hara-kiri to save face rather than surrender to the enemies of their revolution, is longer than others I have been apart of reflecting this high season of tourism. Although it's warm enough here for short sleeves, it's ...
... happy endings. A lot have always been here but they advertise with suggestive looks, motions and words a lot more boldly these days.
We could definately make another episode of "what happens in Bali". There is no shortage of foolish, drunk and just plain stupid Aussies here in Kuta. One day on a walk we saw a group of young boys on scooters waiting to pull out onto the main road from where they picked up the bikes. One of them suddenly drove out in front ...