- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... with the heat and travel. The noise also was rough. Gili T has no motorized vehicles, and it's a magical concept. Back in the busy streets, the noise was very mentally disruptive.
This first day back we chilled, and then met up with our friends from Gili, Lucie, Nicolas, and Chehab for dinner. We had a nice quiet evening, but I was still tired of the booze from my big outing, so turned in quite early.
... licensee and helmets we know the Bali police stop ,and no matter how legal you are, find a way of fining tourists so we did a quick U turn and headed back down to Ubud.
That night we had quite a bizarre evening, we popped into a restaurant for a quick bite and ended up staying until 1 ish. The restaurant had a male Balinese singer quietly entertaining the guests and when he took ...
... through the Main Market and the boys pent some of their birthday money. The stall holders were quite aggressive and they haggled hard for a sale. I really, really don't like the back and forth with prices so let Jacob help Lochlan and Callum but the things they liked. On the way back, we found a soccer field and some circus skilled people so before we realised, the boys were all engrossed with Pois, hoops and soccer balls. Moff and I sat and enjoyed ...
... We chose left since that took us in the right direction, but we soon found out it went off in a loop somewhere. We went back down a ways and found a neat temple with an amazing entrance gate. We then arrived at some banana terraces which we recognized having passed by them at a lower level earlier. Unfortunately there was no clear path through them and after much scrambling and pondering what sort of creatures might be in the branches ...
... jam, a hard boiled egg and a banana) and walked over to see the crater (no lava boiling, just a big cool hole) and an area where hot steam rises up out of the rocks.
The top of the volcano is home to many monkeys (macaques) so they came out to play for a bit too :)
The hike down was harder, but thankfully the sun was up so we weren't doing it in the dark.
When we got to the car it was raining again, so we missed going to the coffee plantation and the ...