- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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A snafu with the Bali hotels, both owned by a lively, creative Indonesian couple. We love their hotels and wouldn't stay anywhere else! The rooms we most love are not available, even though we booked months ago. We decided to try different rooms among those available and are spending 5+ nights in each of six different rooms (including our favorites). No problem, as we are traveling with carry-on luggage ...
... I was alternately mad and scared. It was one of those “if I find you alive I’m going to kill you” moments.
I finally heard him holler back right before I got back to the swing bridge. He said he went the same way I did and turned around to look for me before he even got to the falls. Say what? He tried to blame it on me because you’re supposed to go back to the last point you were together when you get separated from someone. I ...
... I gazed at the cloudy sky and ocean in the middle of the night, the millisecond changes of light particles dancing on the ocean mesmerized me. Random Spontaneity. Another new discovery.
On a more practical note:
We woke up this morning wondering what time it was. Well, it's daylight savings time when the clocks have gone back one hour in the U.S. But we know we can’t expect ...
... to offer. The drive back was less of a stress as we now knew the route ourselves. On route I also found my glasses had been in the rucksack I took on our hike the entire time. Not only had I been blinded by the sun I had carried around glasses the entire day! When we arrived back at the hostel we were knackered and it was already late. We said goodnight to Veronica and went straight to bed. Tomorrow we leave Abel Tasman and head for Greymouth. I'll let you know how it ...
... to eat at the restaurant here which is highly recommended. Under normal circumstances looking at the outside you would drive past......it did not matter as the owner told us the restaurant was closed for tonight and tomorrow night.......thanks for the i-site people for failing to tell us. Our nearest restaurant was 17 kilometres back along the road where we found 'The Mussel Inn' and had a lovely meal.
Home to bed. Tony's turn in the top bed ...