Sing Ken Ken Lifestyle Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Just arrived at the Sing Ken Ken Hotel in Legian after our arrival at Dempaser Airport. What an absolute chaos and badly organised airport this is. Must be close to the worst we have experienced any where!. First you queue to pay for your visa (US$35) then line up to go to customs. It sounds easy enough, but the Balinese are very good at making a …
... 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 ...
... I had dinner with two tonight. They have been giving me helpful tips for my upcoming adventure. 85% of the riders have toured with this company before which speaks volumes about the experience they have had in past. Two of the three single female riders left today, one is remaining with another joining today. The rest of the women are all here with partners. Most folks are in their 50's. I am on the younger end of the spectrum it seems. Many folks are ...
... time lost there. Unlike the remembrances of his story serving America to displace Japan during our Second World War though, Reverend Biniluk probably has not been swinging through the tops of coconut trees collecting cigarettes to entertain soldiers for a while, he and his wife is however flying prestige class from Dallas to Western Papua and have invited us to join them. Maybe we will later on as I have envisioned an experience there.
The immigration ...