Hotel La Taverna
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... brand - then compare prices. Much of the stuff they are selling on the street is sold here, so at least you can compare prices to help when you barter later on. Secondly, learn to say no, and walk away. You will get SWAMPED by women in some places. Selling sarongs, towels, mini-Buddha's and the list goes on. The quicker you can take control of the situation the better. I found going to markets ...
The little animal in the jungle eats the ripest beans. They are coffee beans. Then, after it comes out the other end, the beans are harvested from the animal's droppings and roasted for you to drink. They say it's the most expensive coffee in the world, costing up to $700 per kilogram (2.2 pounds)!
I pass the muslim prayer room in the airport in Yogyakarta. Muslim is the dominate religion in Indonesia, but today I fly to Bali, Indonesia, where the dominate religion ...
... similar amounts of near misses and unusual sights of seemingly impossible loads being carried on tiny mopeds. This time we were more relaxed although there were still occasional sharp intakes of breath as we managed to miraculously avoid collisions.
The first part of the course involved a walk around the local market to stock up on produce for the day’s lesson. The tutor arrived (Dewi) with a couple of Australian girls and Heather an American lady ...
... buzzing with mopeds appearing from all angles. Having also been warned about a rabies epidemic in Bali we were also keen to avoid all the stray dogs, having been too late for a rabies vaccination before we left. Our first encounter was with a vicious *****! She had a small litter of puppies and was keen for us to not be there, we gave her a wide berth and carried on unscathed.
It was quite unnerving walking down the narrow but busy ...
Returning to Bali was unexpected but very welcome. It's our 3rd time in Sanur and we head straight for our number one choice Flashbacks. Busier than we remember, traffic and people fill the streets and police are pulling over every motorbike to check licences. So busy infact that Flashbacks is fully booked but our 2nd stop Keke homestay has a groundfloor room which we happily check in to. We're able to get to the bank and withdraw a cool ...