Sudamala Suites & Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After our relaxed day yesterday, it was so relaxing, we cannot get started today, haha.
So we do some catching up on our paperwork, blogs, looking at places to stay in Cambodia and Vietnam, as well as seeing if we can make it to Japan. Hiro has been in touch, asking that we should visit him, we will have to see!!!!
We soon get bored of this and decide to go for a walk along, Jalan Danau Tamblingan, the main street in ...
... Very frustrating too...having to go through immigration and security on arrival just to go through it straight away again to depart! After a bit of running, jumping queues, pleading with ground staff etc we just made it to our next flight!
Had two very relaxing days by the beach and pool.
... sometimes when you're nice and friendly, good things happen to you.
When I was at the check-in counter I was of course patient and friendly and smiley to the lovely woman who'd also had a hard morning checking in a zillion Chinese businessmen.
I didn't look at my boarding pass, I just thanked her and headed onward.
When I boarded the plane and looked at my ticket, I saw she had upgraded me to a hot seat!
Hot seats on AirAsia are the first 6 ...
... staff - her name is Tomoko. She speaks better Japanese then me but speaks very little english. So I hope we can balance each other's weaknesses and work as a team ;-))) Our Japanese boss, Wakaba-san invited the Japanese staff for Xmas dinner - her 6-year old daughter is half Japanese and Balinese and is trilingual. Amazing! She is ...
... couldn't even balance and life her feet off the ground. I became a little impatient and decided to leave her with the guide and eventually managed to catch up with Gav who was, no shock, right at the front. We cycled for about 9km before stopping at a traditional family house. We were told all about births, marriages and deaths and all the ceremonies that go along with these. One that made me a bit queasy was that when girls and boys ...