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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... some times make an unwelcome appearance whilst you are trying to soak up a few rays. It wouldn't be so bad if it didn't bring half the beach with it! We were very lucky to have spent our first wedding anniversary here. It was a perfect day. The morning was spent snorkelling, perhaps some of the best we have ever seen. As soon as our masks were in the water we saw our first turtle, we literally nearly head butted the guy he was so close and went on to see ...
We packed up today, it's actually crazy when we look at our room, and see all of the stuff, and then see it all somehow fit into our backpacks, we're impressed with our packing skills. Before we left Ubud we went to the market to find this "Bokashi Oil" for Tash's mysterious and gross looking rash. This oil is only found in Bali and is apparently the miracle oil for all skin issues, so we'll see how it works for her. Then at 11am our homestay ...
... you wil find other shots of her through the blogs.
Traveling allows you to discover new things and that I did when came across the beer from mainland Indonesia. Anker pilsener and is so tasty it has bumped Bintang off pole position. The non-beer connoisseurs among you will just have to suck this up! Oh, where was I? Yes a somewhat less sweet beer and no doubt there is a Dutch influence in there somewhere;I will be keeping my eye out for it.
It's hard to ...
So it was time to head back to Gili - this time with my mum and bro and to celebrate my 30th Birthday.
Things went a lot smoother than they had the first time! Firstly I booked the boat tickets online with an English owed company, so I knew that the boat was definitely direct, how long the journey was, the pickup time and everything ran on time - so we were all very happy.
We arrived on Gili T just before midday, checked into our hotel and had ...
... they were only slightly less annoying!
We did get out for an afternoon tour that included silver works shop, wood working, batik (traditional cloth weaving and dying) and a traditional Balinese dance demo. Except for the dance it just ended up as an expensive forced shopping trip. At each factory we were given a bum's rush demo of how the different crafts were made and then ushered into the sales room where they tried to convince ...