Secret Garden Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Beverage Selection
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... to book a tour and our boat tickets through the same guy. We stayed in the bar attached which gave us a chance to get some more information about Bali chatting to the tour operator, the barman and a Korean/American who was drinking alone there. It turned out the reason so many Australians were killed was because a nightclub known for attracting foreign tourists was bombed - and as Bali is Benidorm to Australians (the place was crawling) the majority of punters ...
... to the specially built hatching giant shell. The eggs are kept in here for 50 days and then they hatch. Some hatched before our very eyes as we looked in! They babies are lifted out and placed in sandy buckets for 24 hours while their umbilical cord dries out and twists ...
... we had the keys to our room. We booked this place before we came away, based on excellent reviews and the beautiful pictures, unfortunately it really didn't deliver, and the room leaves less to be desired. Ho-hum, like my friend Nick told me, "if ever there is a bad situation / moment on your trip, a beer is a beer". Too right!!! we dropped our bags and made our way out for a couple of drinks and a bite to eat. After a long day, we were in Bali. Could think ...
... out. Ozzies can be *****. As I write this I'm sat at a rooftop pool in hysterics because crib just stubbed his toe. I'm easily amused. Upon returning from the bar and showing me the blood dripping from his little piggy, we're discussing our adopted travel buddy. Remember the Swedish girl I ate with on the first night? Well her and Dan are awful pally (they're shagging). Crib and I missed the memo that this was a couples retreat. It's cute though. Much love ...
... Mount Bromo. And now look where we are! Sipping a beer on the beach in Bali, baby! An Indonesian guy came and sat with us, playing his guitar. He turned out to be nice and helpful, telling us about Bali. That evening we found an incredible dinner at this packed restaurant. Such intense Indonesian food. The most succulent pork ever in the form of traditional sate skewers. And curried crab in an intricate sauce of heated spices. Just one of the best meals ...