The Grand Bali - Nusa Dua
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... of my eye lids and thankfully it was a short trip. On arrival however, our room was not ready (11.30) and wasn't going to be until 2.30pm.
I'm not sure if it's standard practice, or that they didn't like a lady such as my self having a sleep in their lobby but we were given a temporary room and offered the services of an in house Dr.
I had a sleep while ray took the kids for lunch then we hit the pool for ...
... Phillip visited here. They were so impressed they named their hospital after her and a park after Prince Phillip.
The Atkinson Clock Tower is one of only two structures that survived the World War II bombings. It was built in 1905 in memory of the towns first district officer. It is the last item built on the land and everything after that is reclaimed. It was built in 1994 and used as a guide for ships to find Borneo. When you see it it is much smaller than ...
... is natural and to my spoiled eyes it looks not very groomed. Our next visit BORNEO, KUCHING is the capital and largest city in East Malaysia as well as the largest city on the island of Borneo. The name Kuching derives from the Malay word for "cat", with cat statues displayed throughout the city, which has a population of 600,000. It is hot and really not that interesting in this town. Now we have a relaxing sea day....and we are crossing the EQUATOR. The crew is putting on ...
The city itself is as dirty and rubbish-littered as Belize. The country was much cleaner. Lots of people. Shops were just 'there’, selling … whatever people could to make a living.
Rice is the main crop (although tourism is the main industry by far), and one planting takes about 3 months. They do three plantings, then rotate the crop (to beans, or tomatoes) to rest the field.
Houses are very interesting. The property ...
... tour because it included a stop at one of Bali's monkey forests. It was about an hour's drive to the monkey forest and our tour guide, Suija, like our guide yesterday, filled the time with information about Bali and its people. Much of what he told us was a repeat of what we had already heard, but he shared some new information as well. For example, people in the villages had no electricity until the 1980's. He also told us that no one in Bali was ...