Yulia Beach Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... I lined up to get in as it opened at 11am, I was there 10 minutes earlier beforehand. The security notified me not to wear any Bintang as I had my beach towel, bag and shirt! I had to take my shirt off and hide my Bintang towel and bag. I felt quite embarrassed in front of everyone! As I got in I reserved my lounge seat as chosen by the entrance staff. I put on sunscreen ready to take a dip in the beautiful infinity pool!
I had a sensational time at the Potato Head enjoying a ...
... was the one actually negotiating for her. All this time, I have always taken people along to negotiate for me. The Balinese rainbow dance was really fun though. Both of us really enjoyed that. We went to some more places like the Monkey Forest and Elephant Caves, both of which were set in beautiful natural surroundings and some parts had a Indiana Jones kind of feel to it. I think, one of the reasons that Caroline and I are ...
... jungle and thus the animals were basically wild. Therefore when it came to feeding time, only one of them turned up.
Crowds of people had come out into the rain to witness the event, including the standard photograph warriors, who pushed everyone else aside in order to get to the front. One of the workers emptied a basket of fruit onto a platform and we all waited tentatively expecting a swarm of monkeys to arrive, however minutes passed and there was still no sign. I began ...
... br> We needed the toilet and chose to go to the one in the gardens rather than at the entrance where we had to pay. Whilst waiting we got chatting to 3 young French travellers and they are going on to Cambodia also. Hopefully we will bump in to them there.
We purchased drinks and headed back to candi Dasa, stopping at the gorgeous Lotus blossom gardens/pond. There were even little boys fishing in this enormous pond.
we decided on Le Zat for lunch ...
... also famous because it is inhabited by monkeys which if you're not careful will knick off with your belongings! Gaining them the nick name 'cheeky monkeys'. Ashid also took me to a local 'restaurant' for some traditional Indonesian food. It wasn't so much of a restaurant, more like someones living room come diner but the food was really good and for the two of us cost $4.50.
Coincidentally, my ...