Segara Village Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... amp; lime salad and apple spring roll with vanilla ice cream. Then to the Bali pub as i was desperate for a wee, Danny ordered a drink while i rushed to the toilet to find out they don't even have one so i had to use the one in Circle K opposite! then on to Casablanca, really nice evening until i nearly **** myself and tried to get into the wrong apartment block in ...
... who seem to have so much money compared to them. It is also quite dirty with lots of rubbish on the streets and beaches. Michelle and Micheals place is very clean as they live by our standards but once you leave their place it's not like that. Their building continues to be done the workers are slow nothing is done in a hurry this is just the way it is here. You would need lots of patience and time and not be in a ...
... rolling is relentless. Our first casualty Mr. Fritz is the first to lean over the side of the boat to feed the fish asking, "is it just me? Isn't anyone else sick?". Tiff and I don't answer. We don't want to appear weak. Instead we exchange knowing glances. It's organized chaos. The team assembles our gear. Bcds inflate, regulators snap on, tanks clink and air hisses as the gauges spring to life. "Wetsuits on!". Like cattle in a shoot we're corralled ...
... surfboards) measured me up and helped me decide on a type of board. His last name is Hansel and he’s been surfing for a long time. In his office, which is a surfboard factory, there’s an old newspaper clipping of him in his prime surfing Hawaii Pipeline. Now he still surfs and makes boards when he’s not taking his daughter to surfing competitions in other parts of the world. The decision went like this:
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... gathered it in the water watching them. Our divers got suited up and we jumped in...unfortunately, by that time the mantas had gone. We returned to the boat and went to another spot where the mantas often hang around...this was about 10 minutes away. We arrived at the new site and were told that there was one manta, but it was deep. This didn't help us as we were snorkeling and stay on the surface. By this time the clouds had rolled in and made the visability ...