The Graha Cakra Bali Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
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... Bandung Atmosphere - 2 Heritage - 2 Expense - 3 Entertainment - 2 Accessibility - 2 Overall - 2.2 Comments - "The Paris of Indonesia" provides very little in terms of attraction within the city beyond cheap clothes. Beyond this there are volcanic craters and natural sights worth seeing but you could probably see better ones elsewhere in the country. It does break up the train journey between Jakarta ...
... is in Bali with a couple of school teacher friends Sally and Angela, I had forgotten what schoolteacher talk was like, not having heard much since my wife and I parted ways, but it was nice to sit with women and just listen and they were lovely women. Maria Forde the well known Irish singer was there too as she is a long term friend of Catherines and her banter is always good to hear.
We have a bit of a boozy time at the Havana bar and then moved on to Tut Mak to eat.
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... We saw one scooter with 5 people on it; mom, dad, two small children and a baby! It took just ½ an hour or so to reach our hotel. Nice room, 2nd floor, view of the pool (nice!) and our room has the miracle invention; air conditioning. Our hotel is right next to a Christian church. Bali is 90% Hindu so this has to be one of the few churches on the island. White doves are always on the red tile roof of the church...the only place we have ...
... out to wander in the paddy fields. It was probably after 10am by the time I left, and I didn't return until around 2pm. It was so refreshing and peaceful and calm up there. I followed a small unassuming path between a tall brick wall and hedge and soon I was at the sun yellow and luscious green fields. They weren't the typical rice fields you'd expect, the ones that you see in pictures, that are layered up one on top of the other ...
... arrived there by nightfall. Ubud is a great place. It has long meandering roads that seem to make no geographical sense but link up in ways that google maps cannot decipher. There are a plethora of little boutiques and artisan shops, bespotted with restaurants that serve the finest of fine Indonesian cuisine. Our hotel, Ala'a Green Lagoon, was an isolated little villa that was set back from the main road, surrounding by rice paddies. We arrived to ...