The Taman Ayu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our travels finished in a very much flash packer way. After over 4 months of travelling round we were ready to settle into 1 place for more than a couple of nights. After a late arrival we got picked up from the airport by a lovely Balinese taxi driver. The drive to Ubud in the centre of the island took just over an hour. Our hotel was beautiful …
The Gili islands have been the most awesome vibe. It's so laid back. You can get whatever you want and everyone is truly amazing. I cannot say enough about the Indonesian people. You can't walk ten feet without someone smiling, asking if you need anything, or just asking how you are. Yesterday I decided to hire a boat driver and take me to the other islands gili meno and gili air. The driver showed me some good snorkeling spots and I saw a seat turtle and a lot ...
... they have to use it all before it dries out.
My friend Heather asks their names for me. Unfortunately I didn't take a photo of the wife/mother sitting holding an 8 month old baby, sitting smiling on her lap - because Mother and baby looked so happy - big smiles. Heather says the baby often sits beside the mixers as the dust swirls around the mixers. Mother is Anna and baby is Pina. Two of the workers are John and Adi.
They work 7 days a week - no ...
... Balinese work a lifetime in order to be able to pay for their wedding. Most of my evenings in Jasri, after Claudia left, I spent at Ilu's Warung (like "stores" that sell snacks, petrol, cigarettes and alcohol) by the road. It's nothing amazing, but the presence of locals dragged me there every time to drink a beer or Berem (Brrm) with Bauke, our neighbor. It gave me many good insights and I have met a couple of good people, one of which told his ...
Our original plan was to go to the Gili Islands (because that's the place to be these days), then climb Mt. Rinjani on Lombok Island after our scuba adventure in Tulamben. Unfortunately the waves made it impossible to take a boat there for at least another week. So we opted on the next best thing: go to another island and scuba dive some more! Which lucky island received us? Lembongan! A magnificent, rather undeveloped island with more of that ...