Langon Bali Resort & Spa
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... also responsible for cleaning all the rooms, running reception, managing the linen, and generally keeping the place running. We've dubbed him Manuel.
Our first day in Bali usually follows the same ritual, breakfast at the hotel, then a short stroll to the beach path and down to Crema on Pantai Karang for a "real" coffee, while Snubs, Mookie, Sheryl and Kitsey play in the sand for the first of around 14,327 times this holiday. The coffee is still great. The view is still ...
In my last blog I left off in Brunei but honestly: there is nothing interesting to say about this 'country'. Let me try making the best out of it.
The 'entire country' has approximately 400.000 citizens (which is less than The Hague), is the fifth richest nation in the world and has no national debt. The country's Sultan used to be the richest man of the world for many years and is currently estimated to have around 60 billion dollars. ...
... island which we spent at Villa Arya, on the 'main street' (if there was such a thing on the island!) It was simple and basic and we went for a fan room (Emma and Iryna opted for the slightly more expensive air con). The next morning we ate our breakfast- toast, tea and juice brought to our veranda before heading off to our next stop a little further around the island. We went in a taxi, after a little bartering, to Tamarind bungalows, on tamarind beach where we ended ...
... over the yoga mat on his shoulder... He was THE "rap professor"... picture a short, ugly, bald white American who "had been brought up with a lot of black kids" and so "loved rap!".. he was really smart and interesting... he spoke 5 languages fluently and would rap about controversial issues while switching language... he claimed to live in Bali and regularly fly around Asia rapping at huge corporate events and was a famous Chinese TV ...
... back feels like a long way in the dark, especially down the busier roads, but holding one torch in front and pointing one behind ensures that cars and mopeds can see us and we make it back safe and sound. It had been quite an uncomfortable experience initially, having to break the queuing habit of a lifetime, but we both agreed we’d done well in our first test of stepping outside the ingrained comfort zone and vowed to be more confident in doing so in the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLangon Bali Resort & Spa Ungasan
Two steps down and you're in the pool!
Clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Great location, therefore I would repay a visit in the future.
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