Hotel La Taverna
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... er bleek vuil in de benzine leiding te zitten. Dus even de motorkap open, ergens wat benzine weg laten lopen en we konden gelukkig weer verder. De jeep bleef af en toe haperen maar hij heeft ons weer veilig bij het hotel gekregen. Na het ontbijt in het hotel zijn we doorgereden naar de plaats Kalibaru. Vanaf hier rijden we de volgende dag naar de haven, om daar de ferry naar Bali te nemen. Het plan was om in Kalibaru een plantage tour te doen, maar door de ...
... that I prefer a great natural view rather than a great temple. There will always be exceptions like the White Temple at Chiang Rai but I love Bali because it's naturally stunning. My final day here is basically me killing time until I go to the airport to meet Rach later. I'm trying to film the monkeys for Helen's daughter Lizzie but the only time I got close, they started doing something a 2 year old really doesn't need to ...
... ended up paying 150,000idr (£7.70) for a car to Sanur, a journey of 40 minutes. When haggling for a price, I'm ashamed to say that I used the 'what the ****, we just payed 85,000 for a 4 hour journey'. The guy had obviously been speaking to Jim Nolan, and based his reply on the London Cabbie argument when people say that the cab is more expensive than the flight to Heathrow... 'Well if I had 300 seats in my cab, the price would be cheaper'. I had no choice but ...
... least a little exercise where I can. Once Mytra arrived we took her for some food (gluten and meat free...) Then took a walk to the beach where I made a snowman out of sand, christened "Barry" by Hannah. The girls went for a massage so i decided to leave them to it getting on with my current book "a Christmas carol"... Heard of it?! This morning we went for a second breakfast at a Swedish restaurant before going for another beach session... I ...
... challenging trek or climb we've ever done. Certainly not as tough as our jungle trek in Sumatra looking for Orangutans, but it was rewarding to make it to the top of our first ever active volcano together and the views were definitely worth it. It's not often you stand on top of an active volcano and see sunrise over two other volcanoes in the distance... now that was cool!