Lavender Luxury Villas & Spa Resort
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... tainted the most famous view of the surroundings. It was again sat within really nice gardens we could walk around but we didn't stay long as our waterproofs were equally failing us. With evidently commission on the cards, the driver had hoped to take us to lunch at a restaurant he knew but after quoting prices, we asked for a cheaper one on the way. We stopped in to a middle of the road place that was full of tour buses and for the cheapest things on the menu. ...
... down to the sea.
But Mt Agung has been dormant since then and once again the holiest temple of Besakih built half way up the mountain is a safe place to visit - if you can climb the hundreds of steps and overlook the number of hassling 'souvenir' sellers I've been told.
So back to Bali Asli. And when I mentioned before that it looks over ricefields to Mt Agung, it really is out-of-the-way. You follow tiny winding streets for a ...
... An (So beautiful and relaxed) - Sleeper Train down the coast. - Cat ba Island - gateway to Halong Bay. - Vinpearl Island, Nha Trang. Brilliant waterpark! - Pho Bo street food, so cheap and tasty. > Carry toilet paper with you as most toilets do not have it! > Be mindful of pickpocketers. > Eat the street food where all the locals are, usually cheapest and tastiest! > Get shoes/ bags/ suits made in Hoi an. Cambodia - Angkor Wat at sunrise (when the weather is ...
... night. I know there's a huge nightlife in Kuta, but I just couldn't be ***** to check it out. I spent the night organizing my stinky clothes and trying to figure out my plans for the rest of my time here - I tried to do Indo without a plan, but who am I kidding, you all know I love itineraries! As of now I am writing this on the plane over to Flores, and I still don't have a plan. I love itineraries, but I've flip flopped again and have decided to go with the flow and see what happens ...
... Anyway all these eateries were aimed at Bali's biggest tourist, the Australian. Now I know we're moving to Oz in about a week, but we've spent our whole time here laughing at and mimicking these tourists. I don't know which part of Australia they're all from but its obviously the same bit. They all sound the same shrill, loud, high pitched and they are all badly dressed and vulgar. I really hope it isn't Melbourne they're all getting their ...