The Payangan Hideaway
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to find Florian swimming alone in the pool happy as anything. Feeling hot and worn out from our elongated shopping spree we decided to join for a quick dip cool down, what a luxury. I could so easily get use to always having a pool, it really is the life. For dinner we found a cheap local restaurant called Bendi that served traditional Balinese food which I am beginning to adore. I tried another famous dish called ...
... all the birds chirping. The tour lasted for two hours and by the time it was finished I was hungry and tired. It was 2 in the afternoon and I hadn't eaten lunch. I drove back towards town, away from the rainforest, and stopped at a McDonalds for lunch. I decided to eat as I had no other plan and I ordered a large meal because I was so hungry. However, when I received my order I realised I'd made a mistake ordering a large; it was huge! I ate as much as I could before putting ...
... is so built up and touristic. Locals are hawking everything at everyone at every moment. I couldn't go 2 feet without being asked to buy something, take transport or drugs. Unfortunately I had my bag on and was a sitting duck, plus I had been spoiled in Borneo and wasn't used to it. I spent the night and booked the first bus out of there to ubud up north. Ubud is a quaint city full of spas, cafes and boutiques. it is beautiful. there are ornate temples everywhere, ...
... I have been to. I naturally chose the lazy mans yoga option but it was still a fantastic thing to be apart of. I found I had completely forgotten about the time today which is unusual for me and was surprised when it was time for the relax at the end. Finding my inner hippy is not going to be a problem at all.
Today is another big day for the Hindu Balinese and nearly everything is closed while they make ...
... much air I had left. But at least all the pieces functioned. Then when I got into the water, every piece of equipment leaked. I went through my air unusually fast because of it.
Then after all that hassle, the dive was terrible. There was no visibility. The reef was dead, and had been dead for at least five year. All there was to see was sand and some stones under which a puffer fish was hiding. Truly the worst diving experience I’ve ever had.
After diving I ...