Maharani Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of 'Happy Harry', who was the owner of our guesthouse and greeted us with a stony silence.
"Greetings madam, we be but humble wanderers and look for a nights lodgings at your inviting abode. How much be it?" I asked
"70 Ringetts" Our host growled, before swiftly turning away and ignoring us.
I wondered whether I had offended her in a previous life, but then realised that there is no such thing. I tried to appease her unhappiness with a smile but was met ...
... green and a lot cooler also. We drove through a long road with what seemed like hundreds of wood carving shops, amazing pieces of art and furniture carved entirely from huge tree trunks. After about 30 minutes of driving we come across some beautiful rice terraces. Rice paddys that have been cut into the side of a hill to create terraces. Amazing how it was done and amazingly green too. We continued the ride and the higher we ...
... and it felt like I'd been hit by a bus. My whole body ached and it felt like I had a few broken ribs. Unfortunately I'd been to eager and already committed to another lesson. Dragging myself there I loosened up and felt a little better once in the water. He progressed me to a smaller board and I seemed to go much faster. The waves were a bit rougher making it hard for me to paddle out as most times I tried by myself a big wave would come and take me out but I was getting the hang of ...
... to the beach until the afternoon. Kuta beach was huge and a lot better than I had pictured in my mind. Waves were ferocious and pro surfers could be seen carving through without a fear. My next task is to master surfing, which I've tried before but three seconds of standing doesn't constitute as being able to surf. We hung around on the beach with Jo's music playing chilled out tunes and with the sun setting golden on the horizon. Walking along the main strip is ...
... of jumping and stepping over holes along the way,,and every few metres there was a shout of 'taxi! You want transport? No? Maybe tomorrow? Cheap cheap price for you' once we got to the monkey forest there were a couple of ladies selling bunches of bananas.. "You want banana for monkey". We declined, deciding that the monkeys probably have eaten enough bananas..and we were right as every other person there seemed to have bought bananas. I'm glad I didn't because ...