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- Non-smoking rooms
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... but not quite as cheap as we thought it would be for SE Asia. We assume this is because it has become so touristed, and Australians make this their cheap vacation destination. Ubud was a welcome change from Seminyak and definitely our favourite destination in Indonesia. Even though the centre of town was very busy and noisy with traffic congested streets, you only had to walk one or two streets over to find some peace and quiet. Balinese people are the ...
... I got this wrong) as he said there are items that there is more than one of with a cheap price and an expensive price. He said they are 'same, same, but different', for example Saffron, there is no cheap Saffron anywhere in Bali, if it is cheap then it is not Saffron. More likely it is dessicated coconut dyed orange because Saffron as we all know is a rare spice and very hard to come by and definitely not cheap. There were some fruits that were ...
The bus took forever, crawling along as it was the height of the festival time and traffic was crazy. I didn't mind too much as I had a good chat to a couple next to me from New Zealand and I wasn't in a rush. We eventually arrived 90 minutes late and were given a free lunch of rice and egg. Afterwards the bus even gave some of us a free lift to the main area of Kalibukbuk. Once people had been dropped off at hotels I was left with a German vegan named ...
... from all the cars. The good thing about the weather was it had cleared away the roads so we could explore Kuta without hassle. Exploring took up most of the day. By the end we really had got a real feel of Kuta. Tomorrow we are leaving for Seminyak. I'll let you know how it ...
... Accommodation here was selected by Chris and after a short walk through the centre of the town we located Puji bungalows; quant but not quite Nusa Indah’s level. We set our bags down and headed for a mooch into town returning a few hours later to the local restaurant a few hundred metres from our lodgings. It was a delightful little place, the highlight being its range of coffees, one particularly called the Siphon. This contraption was brought to the ...