Villa Diana Bali
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... for the throng of tourists armed with ipads. I shouldn't forget to mention the "wild" deer that trot around the island eating anything they can lay their teeth into, including one woman's ****; though in fairness she had been teasing the deer with food and deserved all the teeth she got. We left Hiroshima after only 2 short days and headed back East to Kurishiki which is a pleasant town and well located for our day trip to Naoshima. Naoshima is another island, only instead of ...
... Comically, we found our way to a suspect operation in an alley way, perhaps in a back room of somebody's home. We received the classic 4 handed massage, but were constantly up sold on mani/pedicures etc. It was a decent massage but we shall not return.
This would be our last day on Bali for now, as we were bracing for a cultural extravaganza in Tana Toraja, on the island of Sula-what, sula-where? Sulawesi.
Till next ...
Lots of walking today! We started out after breakfast and went south this time. The Arma Museum was our destination. I wanted to check out the classes (batik, wood carving, silver smith) they had, as I've heard good things about them. We then walked north to the Ubud Market and Ubud Palace. From memory I knew a great pork place, seen on a No Reservations episode, was around the corner. Soon there were signs which we followed. We were walking in ...
After breakfast we got a taxi to Waterbom, the biggest watermark in Asia. I went on all the water slides, except the one called the climax, I wasn't heavier enough, I didn't mind it looked scary. Mum screamed really load when she went on it. My favourite ride was the ...
... first experience of travelling with a language barrier. With a taxi driver standing by our side, he quickly put pressure by asking where we were going. Little to no room to discuss things with Breanne, we were able to barter him from his 400,000rp ($40) down to 300,000rp ($30) to take us on the 1.5hr drive to Ubud. We got ripped off regardless. The drive was like no other. Scooters passing and coming within inches of hitting our cabbie's vehicle, vehicles not driving in between the ...