Sukun Bali Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... crackers, it was sooooooo tasty! To balance the healthiness of the veg we stopped for an awesome gelato then decided to have a massage... At approximately £3 for an hour it's hard to say no! Since I was feeling in need of a chiropractor, I went for a Thai massage, which seems to help in a similar way... It was so painful... The woman actually walked on me! Things were clicked, cracked and stretched so much so that afterwards I felt a little ...
Yesterday I left Ubud (with a heavy heart) to make my way to the Gili Islands. There is no need to ever leave Bali so I wasn't too excited. It took an hour to get to the harbour at Padang Bai and then another hour waiting for the boat to leave. The office at the harbour has wifi so that made time go a little quicker. Why does a harbour in Bali have wifi yet parts of the UK can still be without a signal? I sat on the top deck for the ...
... could go wrong etc. This resulted in over thinking and at times panic.
At the end of the second day, Charlie was very upset that she wasn't enjoying the course. We were both worried about our first ocean dive the next day and chose to try and put it to the back of our minds.
The next day we headed to Tulamben to do our first open water dive. The dive site was a ship wreck which is host to so much life. With bubbles in our ...
... Heading backto Sanur since its about the time of Nyepi-the New Year.Its not celebarated in the way we imagine the New Year celebrations-in fact quite the reverse.This island completely closes down-no boats,planes,cars no people allowed outside.Everything is shut and everybody stays in their place of abode.As a tourist you are confined to your hotel. If you are a Hindu Nyepi is a public holiday in Indonesia,it is a day of silence, fasting and meditation ...
... he was going. We went down the same roads about 15 times and he stopped to ask directions about 6 times. All the silence in the car was filled with a chorus of apologises. I thought we would never get there. The driver even offered to drop us at another hotel. I looked at him with pure amazement. That clearly wasn't an option as I had booked the hotel we were going to. At around the half an hour point I was considering asking him to just drop us off at ...