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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... a full orchestration of all things and people working together as one unit, and with every harmonious connection made it is felt worldwide. I believe this on a very deep level. For me, every glowing center seen in this picture I have shared is a spirit or soul on this planet. It is one tree living next to another. It is the millions of atoms within my own body. It is the holding of hands. It is the dance of my heart. I ...
... As far as they were concerned, it was nothing short of a small miracle.
We had the usual starter, one-sided conversation, about woman's monthly's and pregnancy and children and death to ensure that we were not offending the Hindu belief system. I assured our tour leader that I was pregnant and muttered to myself that it was probably twins. (He double checked with Edd’s mum that I was indeed not ‘unclean’ and could enter ...
We discovered a kettle in the cupboard! So I went and got breakfast and lunch from the coco mart and we had breakfast on the balcony. It was so relaxing compared to having to sit on the pavement and eat it haha! Not much to report today, only it was really hot, we chilled by the pool all day and there wasn't a cloud in the sky! Oh Scott (Tom daly) here, dived in and didn't realise ...
Monday - We left Seminyak at 9 am and drove up to Ubud and I was very excited to be back in the place that I love so much and to show mum around. The home stay we are in is beautiful, right in the heart of Ubud, but tucked away in the jungle. There is a lovely little pool surrounded by gardens and you can hear the sounds of the jungle all around you, it really is a gorgeous place to stay... and for only £7.50 each a night!!! Once we had checked in I took mum up to the ...
... to Ubud wouldn’t have been complete without a jaunt into the neighbouring rice paddy fields so we made sure we had a nice long walk out in the Ubud countryside. We saw lush green rice fields amidst Balinese villages as far as the eye could see, although the ambience was sort of ruined as shouts of profanity gushed from Liam’s mouth all because he stubbed his toe! I’ll give him his dues it did sort of look like a quarter of his toe was hanging ...