- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... you get the 4th night free, but by yesterday I was going a little insane... As its monsoon season AND I'm in the mountains, the rains have been here a lot of the time. In between I've managed to have a couple of runs and a 3 hour steep-hill walk in my flip flops (not the best idea but something to do eh?!).
The place is very touristy but only buzzing during the day, so it means that the majority of eataries are expensive buffet-style meals, or overpriced local meals, which ...
... of symptoms started -- itchiness on the palms of my hands and the soles of my feet. It was making me insane! I couldn't sleep at all (due partly to the family reunion next to me) because I couldn't stop scratching. Using my nails wasn't enough. I started using the cap from my plastic water bottle. The little points on the cap felt so good against my feet, I scratched so much that skin was coming off. I didn't care - I knew the next symptom was skin peeling so ...
... rice paddies before lunch. The area was stunning, and we were able to explore around the area a bit. For lunch, we went to a buffet and ate sooo much fried rice and spring rolls! Emily would be happy to hear that I even voluntarily went back for more tofu, too! They also had some fruit that had a red, spiky outside that I had always wondered what it tasted like (Rambutan Fruit). As you can see in the picture below, the inside is a whitish jelly-like flesh, which covers an ...
... driving north towards where we had an idea about stopping for the night. Upon our route we passed through a small town called Kubutambahan where we decided to stop for some food. We found a small warung (café) and headed in only to find it closed. The owner came out very apologetic and explained that it was his daughters 3 month celebration so for the first time in years his warung was closed.
When you visit Bali you feel that everyday life ...
... We were all surprised and excited to have met one another there!
After a day's trip to the mountains, we dropped by a Coffee and Tea plantation to have our tea break. We tasted their popular Luwak Coffee. Though I am no fan of coffee, I can tell the greatness of the Luwak coffee from WeiPing's definite expression.
In the evening, ...