Inna Putri Bali Hotel
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... we decided to buy some, just for the laugh. We could tell already the monkeys were very mischievous and would go to any level to get food, greedy things. It was a good laughing seeing the monkeys taking the bananas from the tourists and people have photos with them all, they were so entertaining and fascinating to watch. We decided to save our bananas for the next batch of monkeys, as they were located throughout the forest. We set off on the trail and ...
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Well we arrived here with the intent to undertake more activities but we have found ourselves just taking it easy. Our only challenges for the past two days have been what time to get up, to eat, to swim, to walk, to shop. Do we want a massage,a nap, a............nother swim? a drink and what where and when for dinner?
To aid us in this lifestyle there isn't that much to do in Nusa Dua and although with a good deal in a four star hotel we ...
... explains why they can sustain such deep, angular cuts in the land. The rice terraces don't utilize any earth stabilization methods other than natural root suspension. And this method obviously has a proven track record, even under the intense rain pressure that saturate this land. I'm unsure of the ages of these structures, but can only assume that they've been in use for hundreds, if not thousands of years.
... place, way better than expected. The monkeys were everywhere and several people were letting them jump all over them. I kept well clear as I'd heard stories about people being bitten and even witnessed it a few times whilst there. Next I checked out Ubud palace and the little market both of which weren't all that exciting. Finally I opted to do a walk around the rice paddies, it took several hours but the views were amazing. I stopped at an organic farm ...
... We was staying in Nusa Dua and would only be staying one night before moving on to a nearby island. When we arrived at the bungalows we was greeted by the friendly staff and after a brief chit chat the guy running the place told us to take a seat while he sorted our checking in process. After a few minutes he asked if we was Louise? We said we wasn't but we did both book the rooms at the same time as them on booking.com. He ...