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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in my life. When we got back at 10am it was straight to the pool!
A few hours of this bliss we then headed to the beach to browse the markets. Remember how I said it was relaxed here? Well we hadn't done the markets, it was hassle city from the moment we stepped on the boardwalk. We did buy some things but not a huge amount.
Luckily for us, our hotel provides ...
I woke early and read for a while then Sharyl woke and we decided to have a swim. Sharyl was going to do 6 laps today. We went outside and Phillipa said it was 8.45. Oops we had sent time the wrong way. Another lovely breakfast then coffee in our rooms then went to tailors and Sharyl and Marco picked a leather jacket and were fitted. We then ...
... thru the break and waited...I grabbed a quick wave and crashed down...thinking "when do I crash into the reef?" but I was good...I turned and paddled out to wait for a proper set....we laughted at the view as it was amazing looking back on Balangan beach with the Palm Trees and the cliffs at each end of the beach. The water temp was 29C and the air temp about the same..a fully sunny day. We have been so lucky being able to surf many cool spots around the globe.
... we was staying at and quite pleasantly surprised really nice grounds, a lovely pool, huge balconies and large rooms although pretty dark. The place seemed to be run by a group of really young guys the main guy in charge was called Risky who seemed to laugh every 2 seconds and also seemed very laid back. We think they all enjoyed a bit of the old Bob Marley. The main beach at Lembongan is well known for surfing although the surfing is out to sea and a boat is needed to reach ...
... the twisting and bending of the wire so then soldered the weaker points (between the letters) in the bangle. For the pendant I cut two circles out of solid silver and filed them to make perfect circles. Then, using letter stamps, I engraved my necklaces. Both pieces were finished by wire brushing and polishing. All in all, this is probably the best thing I've done so far in Bali (other than volunteering of course!) and am so so happy with my pieces of jewellery. ...