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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... read that they like to jump on people and steal anything in their hands. Maureen and I opted out of getting a rabies jab in the UK, we hoped this wasn't a bad option. Also our selfie stick would now have a multi purpose, to take good pictures and for protection. The monkeys were very cute and very cheeky. We had even saw one of the monkeys grabbed a woman's earing and started using it as a tooth pick. The baby monkeys were adorable, and we just wanted to keep them. Obviously we ...
... 55357; when we arrived the views were incredible, truly stunning to see nature in it's prime. Apart from the main waterfall there were also a few smaller ones around and surrounding us was rainforest and big rocks and rivers. There was a natural pool you could swim in where the waterfall ends, which was freezing cold but so fresh and pure, this is what I imagined travelling to really be like it was amazing! When we eventually walked back and exited the ...
... getting husselled into buying sunglasses, hats, keyrings, “you want massage”, “you want me to paint nails”,”You want taxi “, “You want beer?”, as well as the classic Mr “I scream for Ice Cream”… makes you giggle as they walk around. And it was also Mr Murphys birthday whilst we were in Legian, which was a day of waking up, cocktails, lazing around the ...
... or souvenir stall. They usually place them on the floor.
- Bali is mainly the agricultural region and about 70% of the island is agricultural ground. Agriculture is still the island's biggest employer. Important agricultural products besides rice are tea, coffee, tobacco, cacao, copra, vanilla, soy beans, chilies, fruit, and vegetable.
Day 4: April 8, 2014
Our original plan was to go to another part of the island and explore even more ...
Arrived at Denpasar airport at about 9pm and we had to get through immigration, collect our luggage, exchange our Malaysian Ringits for Rupiahs and take a taxi ride of about 45 minutes to Ubud, so it was a late night.
This business of changing through a succession of currencies gets quite difficult to get your mind round after a day of traveling. The exchange rate is GBP1 equals 18,750 rupiahs, so a rough guide is 1 pound equals 20,000R so a ...