Hotel Uyah Amed Spa and Resorts
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... other while they pet us for an hour using this really thick oil that later took 3 showers to wash off....the whole experience was so weird. I guess it's true what they say - you get what you pay for!!! At least we had a good laugh about it!!...and a little trauma;) ..at one point they were sitting on the day bed with us and literally had their feet under our shoulders to massage our arms! TOO funny...lolllll.
The next day ...
... ist bis hierher nicht durchgedrungen, dass Bob Marley nicht der einzige Musiker dieser Musikrichtung ist ;))
Auf jeden Fall kannte unser Captain Jack einen sehr schönen Schnorchelspot, an dem man durch ein Korallenriff schwimmen konnte - einfach wunderschön!
Die Hoky-Homestay-Familie war super nett und immer sehr hilfsbereich. Der Papa fuhr jeden Tag raus zum Angeln und brachte frischen Fisch nach Hause, den ...
... was to remind me that it’s okay to not know what is next and that is why I am on this journey and that I just need to keep the faith and KEEP MOVING. So onward and forward with living in the moment and trying not to question what next but to just let it happen and be surprised when it finally does.
For a girl that once had her calendar colour coordinated and booked solid almost 6 months ago now to one that can let planning fall to the waist ...
... restaurant we found that served unbelievably good food. Throughout Asia we've both indulged in plenty of fresh fruit juices and tested a huge variety of pancakes, however Warung Enak wins the prize for both best juice of the trip and best pancake of the trip. Both were so good that we asked the owner for the recipe so we can recreate them when we are back at home.
Places I stayed or visited
Ubud - Pondok Oka Homestay
Amed - Barong Cafe and ...
... accepting local currency instead of dollars- which we had kept from Cambodia. This worked out as costing us an extra £30 person. Anyway, we applied, got granted, and picked up our visas seamlessly 2 days later. It was only after that we realised the kids should have been free. Losing us about £120. Great! Even the official Embassy is out to scam you! Next 'scam' was when Spen went to settle up the bill at our nice 250,000IDR per night Sanur room. He came back ...