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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... is helpfully prepared in bottles the size of Beer Lao, but sadly is about half the alcohol content and twice the price. Soon we were chatting away with Mary (Germany) who had lived in the US for a year and had such a flawless American accent Paul was convinced she was either a liar or a spy, and Ivana, Martin and Michael (Slovakia). Michael was relaxing with his leg on a pillow, and we found he had hurt himself only that afternoon. The pavements in Ubud are actually ...
... guide through the market. He was very jovial and excited to show us many of the local fruit, vegetables and spices being sold, many of which we were going to use for our class. He had already pre-purchased the ingredients for our class because as he described it, by this late in the morning, the produce had already been "touched by many hands". We had been to the same market the previous day and it was nearly unrecognizable now with all ...
... t even believe it really happened! We're hoping to go back next week, hopefully I won't start levitating or anything!!! ;-) We decided to move accommodation even though our was nice and the staff were lovely, we wanted to save a little bit of money so moved to a home stay near by, it's nice but the window is missing a bit of glass so Anna will probably get eaten alive by mozzys!!! In the afternoon we took a normal mediation glass to try ...
... es of backpacks. We got to the Marina Srikandi harbour point sweating and out of breathe so when the set of 2 American couples laughed at us we were not impressed. I really can't see what was funny, I don't see any of then lugging around a bag as heavy as a human child in this heat that's for sure. Whilst we waited for the boat the clever salesman targeted us in our tired vulnerable state and managed to sell Niomi and I a sarong and a bowl made of shells. Both of which we ...
... away from the Tirta Empul. You have to go down 270 steps to get to the complex which is at the bottom of the valley. The journey down is extremely pleasant with some breathtakingly beautiful views of padi fields and palm trees. The complex comprises 10 rock-cut kandi (shrines) carved into the cliff face. They stand in 7m tall sheltered niches cut into the sheer cliff face. These monuments are thought to be dedicated to King Anak Wungsu ...