Taman Sari Cottage II
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaman Sari Cottage II Tuban
It was alright. Bed big, locks bad, two lockable compartments for possessions. Tea and coffee complimentary. 10 minutes from beach by foot
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... tell you to not have anything loose on your body because the monkeys like to steal things. We saw some stealing water bottles. Even without bananas we got some curious monkeys to come close. They are so cool! After that we visited the rice fields and it poured on us. It has been pretty hot and humid the whole time here. It looked very beautiful with different levels ...
... for £2.50. I think on the first night Jack put more protein on his plate than he's had the entire 3 weeks he's been here! You then go into the club area and receive your first drink free! God knows how they were making their money but the place was packed out every night.
On Friday night Jack left for the airport facing 30 hours of travelling to Jakarta, Dubai then finally Birmingham. I had to wait until Monday for my flight ...
... down from a challenge. Granted, I will ***** and moan throughout the challenge, but I will get there.....eventually.
Another important note. My friends with whom I was travelling with, are fit and active people. They exercise....for pleasure! So I was very aware that they would find the hike much easier than me and prepared myself to feel embarrassed throughout. I have to give a big thank you to Becca who did encourage me from the beginning, despite my ...
... teeny, tiny little one that was playing with his mommy. He was so clumsy ...
... dancing and making noises a capella in a circle. Women in traditional dress joined in with traditional Balanese dances, and other characters appeared to make the story...although we were not quite able to make out the plot. The grand finale was impressive. They set fire to a giant pile of coconut husks, and a crazy man dressed like a horse (with excessively large ears) would run through the flaming husks, kicking the pieces and sending ...