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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... my hat - it was winter in Melbourne, so I had to get as much sun as possible, before we hit the cold in a few weeks - and those weeks were looming nearer.
We decided to skip lunch today as there was a tea on at 3.30pm that included cake. We got ready and went downstairs, Edd folks and I ordering tea while Edd stuck to gin (smart boy). Our cake included a corn fritter, banana thing coated in ...
... bigger than our caravan), so there was lots of lazing in the pool.
Jan had arranged a driver (Made) and apart for our airport pick up and drop off he also took us on a day trip to Ubud, then the amazing Water Garden on the north east side of the island, it was a long day but so worth it. He was also able to arrange for us to do some quad biking, it was something totally different, but we managed to conquer the terrain, unfortunately for ...
... both of us with sarongs and a sash and for Dave also an udeng, the traditional head dress men wear. And so at sundown we made our way to the Gunung Lebah Temple along with hundreds local families, dressed in festive traditional clothes.
We followed the steep path down the ravine. The Temple is a stunning sight with its multi teared spired meru towers all lit up for the occasion. We could ...
... I was dreading today as it was my last day with the children at the school, but also excited as I got to spend Fun Friday with them one last time. When we got to the school we were greeted by so many happy faces and lots and lots of hugs, especially for Dayu who I think I have missed the most and who has apparently been asking for me all week :( Our morning was full of dancing and fun and we did Shake It Off for the final time... too many lasts for one day! I ...
... which can be ascribed to some distinct entity called “culture”. Do people carve wood or stone well because they are good at it and it is the custom of their village to do so? Or is the deeply religious way they handle the work, and the fact that they often create designs of Hindu gods and offer prayer and offerings before they do the work central to their craft? In fact, this is a false dichotomy: here, religion is an integral part of culture, and ...