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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... were acquired, even bedding was purchased!! Then it was on to Posers for dinner...an amazing mix of Nasi Goreng, Beef Rendang, more spring rolls, and more satay...and of course, more Bintang!! This was quickly followed by a massage at Amelie Spa. I got ear candling and a truly spectacular head massage which left me with just-been-bedded hair and a stoned brain, which I took back to the hotel for a nice shower and bed.
... with such beautiful and wonderous exhibits that it is impossible not to be moved and inspired by it all. I won't go into details of all the amazing things housed within, but I will say there is a giant Cat Bus for toddlers to play in and that I am still disappointed that adults are not allowed to partake in that joy. Tokyo slipped by in nine frenetic days. We visited parks and temples (the lucky cat temple was strange and interesting), had complete communication ...
... impromptu interpretational dancing by two cute little Japanese kids.
D stressing about her luggage - she seems to have mountains! Hopefully she will have the two hand luggage ok'd - and then get through customs with her shells and feathers. I farewelled her and returned to the party - missed the Balinese Can Can!!!!!!!!!!We have extended check out to 6 pm as plane leaves at 1am Sunday. Lazy day planned. Packed up as having to change rooms in ...
... hit the sack a bit hungry. The place is a bit dingy but feels pretty safe. Folks are friendly and there are other guests. The next day in ubud was pleasant. I walked the busy streets riddled with other tourists and hundreds of shops. A small sarong shop next to an apple store gives you a sense of the range. I toured the palace and found a little pathway up to the rice fields above the noisy city. ...
Today is the start of Ramadan, which lasts for one month. Most of Bali in Hindu so they do not observe this Muslim holiday but Gili T likely will be. I have been told that island pace may slow even further since most people aren't as active during the day since they are fasting. Maria and I woke up at 7:30am even though we could have slept in. I haven't been able to sleep more than about 6 hours per night in awhile. We cleaned two turtle ...