Club Bali Suites
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and we were the first ones to check in which was nice cause they gave us seats with lots of extra leg room and an empty seat beside us. As we got to our gate we found out our flights delayed. That's ok cause it means we just watch another tv show or two. About an hour late we get on the plane, get our nice comfy seats and get ready for take off. 30 minutes go by and we still haven't moved, the pilot comes over the system to explain there are issues with the plane but ...
... lunch with no view. We headed to the coffee plant in Kayuambua where the rarest coffee in the world is made. Luwak coffee. We tried coconut, vanilla, ginger, strawberry, sweet potato, Bali, lemon and a few other coffees. Our favourite was the coconut coffee. Our last stop was the rice fields. We didn't stay long but we got to see the fields from high up which was great! A busy day today but we are glad we got to see Ubud before we leave ...
... course I'm so happy with the tops I've got. So if any of you are going to Bali and want to know a good and absolutely delightful tailor check out Happy Tailor Bali - you'll find her on Facebook and reviews of her work on Trip Advisor.
We then adjourned to our various rooms to start the packing task. I had already done a fair bit of mine so it didn't take too much effort to finish it off, then cart all my stuff downstairs and once Sharon ...
After a much needed long and restful sleep we didn't wake up till after 8 :)) had a cuppa tea then went down for breakfast - very nice- I had egg white omelette with tomato, toast & jam and beautiful ginger tea. "Rested" by the pool and. Read and swam and had coffee. Peter g wanted massage so he went and had reflexology and I went for a walk ...
... dives in the afternoon. The first was the navigation dive where I learnt to navigate in a square and the second was peak buoyancy. The following morning I was up again early for the next two dives. The number five in Thai is pronounced "ha", making the meeting time "ha ha ha" though who cares when you're heading out to Chumphon Pinnacle where the sea was as calm as a lake despite being over 10km off the coast. It was unbelievably clear as we went down to 30m and the swam back up ...