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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... I had had possibly one of the best courses I've ever tasted, three variations of Fois Gras. Just as good again but sadly Jane's Gnocchi was very disappointing. Had fun and games with taxi drivers today. Even the Bluebird Taxi drivers are trying on the negotiating a fare rather than using their meter. One suggested $10 for the fare and the meter measured $3! Worth a try I guess but now no meter means no to that ...
... to the future and thrives with people, culture and commerce. Yet Hiroshima will always carry the memory of that dark day when the Atomic bomb wreaked such indiscriminate devastation upon people and buildings alike. The only structure which remains from that time is the shell of the Atomic dome, a building which somehow survived the total destruction of everything around it. There are those in the city who would prefer to see this relic of an infamous time removed so the city ...
... made leather garments from a local vendor.
The next morning we woke early, as our driver was picking us up at 7 am for our first day of diving! Again, due to low season, it was just the 2 of us and our dive master. The site, Padang Bai, was a 1.5 hour drive and as we rolled in I remembered it clearly as the jump off point for fast boats to Gili T ( a fav spot of mine from 4 years ago ). We chilled in the local ...
... and a lot of pushing and pulling – but we eventually hauled the car up the hill! Ravenous on the way back home we stopped by a small warung (shop) and devoured the contents of the shop – Kadek was a bit shook up by the whole event and looked like he needed a stiff drink! A cold Bintang and a plate of satay chicken back at Sampalan sorted us out! A couple of days later the annual ceremony at the local temple began; we headed over to Kadek’s house at ...
... anywhere. To most appropriate name for it would be an organized chaos. Chaos- as you have hundreds of motorbikes and cars coming from every direction. Organized - as it's actually working- we haven't seen a single accident since we got here. The secret to driving in Bali is: just go. As the driver explained to us: 'if red- you go, if green- you go. If you go- you ok, if you stop- you crash'. So far as the Balinese driving rules go, I learned the ...