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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... wasn't so good with his first as the monkey lept on him from out of no-where and may have grabbed his face and scared him a little. But after that they both became 'old hands' at feeding monkeys. Even when I had a go both the boys were telling me how to hold my arm up with the banana. At one stage there I had a little monkey girlfriend as this young female monkey sat on my shoulder for ages and would not get off. I didn't mind one bit as ...
I really like Indonesian food but all those that know me, know that I'm not a big fan of curry style food. So tonight, I'm having pizza. Sorry, I needed a break. Oh, also all Indonesian food comes with rice and that just happens to be one of my least favourite items. Obviously, I'm not having any old pizza. It just happens to be one of the most highly rated places on the island. So, let's see. The restaurant has no ...
... along the way. It exceeded my expectations beyond what I imagined. I've learned quite a bit here and feel so very fortunate to have experienced it for myself. Julia Roberts, you let the cat out of the bag on this one and unleashed a horrid amount of tourists to come flocking to a hidden gem most of the world would have never known existed (myself included). You idiot!! But seriously, thank you. Oh and one last note. My villa was right next door to where ...
Also in Thailand they have super markets and highly organized street markets with really great food , clean, with real garbage trucks 凡 drug stores with Rx pharmacist 凡 computer shops 凡 competent technicians 凡 where they know what a mushroom is 凡 beans 凡 salad dressing, and foreign food like olive oil, taco sauce, hamburger, even wine (very bad and expensive in Bali because Indonesia is a majority Islamic ...
... 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 ...