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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... anything, so we headed back to the room for a early night, hoping that she would be fit and ready for the next day. The alarm rang around 9ish and after a few casual snoozes we finally got out of bed. Maureen was on the mend and after showers and our cooked breakfast we set out for another day. We decided that we would head to Ubud, a popular, traditional Indonesian town in the heart of Bali. This was more our scene. We hailed down a taxi who then drove us up there and around the ...
Today we had planned to visit the two tier waterfall in Senaru, the first waterfall is called Sindanggila and the second one is called Tiu-Kelep. We woke up at 9am and had banana pancakes and tea for breakfast, the usual we were then persuaded by our hotel owner to take one of his 'guides' with us, as it is recommended to always have a guide when you're planning on going to the second waterfall as it's quite a long way. The young lad who accompanied ...
West Bali to the Australians, is what the south of Spain or Benidorm is to the Brits. Loud, busy, being hustled and bustled. "Hey you look" every time you walk past a shop, trying to be ushered into each bar or restaurant. Seminyak, Legian and Kuta are three towns, north to south about 20 minutes apart, Kuta being the Ibiza town during peak season, however the season had only just began when we got here, and everything ...
... driving that canīt be taught in any school. You just have to come to Bali and experience it. Last but not least itīs not just about the way of driving but also about the quantity of motorcycles. The thing is that everybody rides a motorcycle in Bali so there are tons of them in the streets. Itīs very similar to India (specifically Goa) or Thailand.
Anyways I really wanted Gonzalo to relax a little bit so we bought some drinks and chilled in our swimming pool before we ...
... words for the numbers 1 to 20. It created quite a rukus, but the kids had fun! The last hour we combined with the younger class down the hall, to play mr. Tiger what time is it? (The Indonesian version of mr. Wolf) we played that in the muddy grass for the last hour. Their level of English not the most developed. We are the first volunteers to teach at this school, an hour drive from the green lion office. Around half of the volunteers have come down with the flu/ Bali belly. ...