Royal Resorts: Royal Bali Beach Club At Jimbaran Bay
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... beach across the dirt pathway (the only street that wraps around the island). So from our room's balcony with outdoor kitchen, we had a fabulous view of the bluest ocean. We immediately appreciated the quietness that no automobile brings. The only noise we heard from our balcony were the waves hitting the beach and coral, chill deep house music from the surrounding bars, and clammer from horses and passerby's. We were in for some ...
... We facetimed home this afternoon, finally! It's been nearly 5 weeks since I last seen them mum and dad! Not long left now and I'll see them in the flesh! We soaked up the sun and this evening we went and had a little splurge in adidas, getting ourselves ready for when we get home and start training again. We had a look at some of the kit and the trainers, it's cheaper than at home. So we both got ourselves a pair of trainers and some sports ...
Now that we have your attention...not really flying first class but one day.
Our travel arrangements thus far have all gone to plan. Julie was somewhat impressed by Changi Airport and I guess if you do have to wait for a connecting flight then Changi is the place to be.Comparing
our Changi experience to that of my Heathrow one in 2005 is like comparing
heaven and hell. My lifelong friend and frequent travelling companion, Lindsay
(and much maligned might I ...
... in eating out. We walked back along the road and stopped off at a very local restaurant which had a ton of people in it. We ordered, but changed our minds after 20 minutes when they still hadn’t even started working on our order. There were so many people and they did take out as well; we imagined we would be eating at 10 pm and decided against it. We picked up some iced tea and magnums for dessert and headed back to ...
... stayed and filmed Eat, Pray, Love. How tubular!
Fun facts I learned while in Bali:
People pick their nose in public with no regard to its appropriateness (I dig this), men grow one thumb nail extremely long for religious purposes (yikes), traditional toilets here have no toilet paper and just a hose to clean your butt (butt wipe anyone?), no one wears toe nail polish (double YIKES), women can be found breast feeding on the back of MOVING motorbikes ...