Taman Sari Bali Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... down and got it. Probably not the best thing to dive down right after a dive of 45 minutes but I am appreciative of the effort. Christine and Caleb had a good hour and a half snorkel. They saw the restoration project where you can get your name made of thick wire and attached to a structure under the water. Every so often the people will email you a photo of how the new coral is looking as it grows. Pretty cool. Eating, napping, reading and relaxing rounded out the rest of the ...
Landing on Bali was like arriving in a different country. I figured getting transport to Pemuteran wouldn't be a problem, rather getting past the touts. If Java was any indication anyway, we were approached by one tout for a taxi on Bali. Upon arrival, however, we found the ferry terminal to be toutless save for one. He offered IRP400k, I countered 300k, he offered 350k, I held at 300k. ...
... reading for a few hours before the heavens opened and it started to completely chuck it down! We took shelter in the hotels bar and we sat eating and drinking for a while before we made a break for it back to our room. We had a couple of delicious meals, stayed in a beautiful guesthouse but that's really all to tell. So, after our last stop on Bali we set off the next morning, continuing east journeying on to ...
... of Asian buses, we were expecting, air con, toilet, and maybe an in house movie. Unfortunately, the bus was just the start of a bad day. Rusty, with broken well used seats, no fan, and a bus full of smoking workmen we knew that the 5 hours ahead were going to be painful.
At Ubung we were shouted at and shoved onto the bus, by the driver, to only drive 50 metres before it stopped and he started trying to ...
... that it was very nice of him to walk up with us without anything in return, he offered us a guided tour down into the sulphur field where they mine it and collect it. It was clear that generally tourists are not meant to go down that far as the toxins the sulphur emits are hazardous to us! To be honest the whole exchange just retained our view that no-one does anything for nothing! “Don’t get awt for nowt” as we’d say in ...