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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... unfortunately the prices are just too expensive for us and were determined to find cheaper versions in Ubud market. We didn't really like today's driver either because like yesterday, he was trying to scam us by pretending that the entry tickets were more expensive to cover his parking costs! It seems everyone's in it for the money in Indonesia and money always comes first no matter how and what it takes. Big shame really because it makes us feel like we can't trust anyone ...
... where to walk. We journeyed along an alley way (grabbing some tasty corn on the cob on route) towards the sea. We arrived at the coastline which was a rocky cliff. Below us was a curved bay with two rock outcrops at either ends. On both ends were small temples. We explored these before walking to the main temple. It was down next to the beach on a flat section of rock in the ocean. The waves were lapping up against the temple. You couldn't see which sections of ...
... Outlets so picked up some genuine gear for decent prices compared to Korea! When I got back to the hotel (with the aid of a taxi, as I was slightly lost...) I realised there was a clothes market right next door! I picked up a not so 'genuine disposable' clothes to get me through the rest of the week, which I'm suspected will involve a fair amount of boozing. $1 t-shirts and $2 shorts seems to be a good ...
Bali is an Indonesian island located at the western-most of the Lesser
Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It
is one of the country's 33 provinces, with the provincial capital at
Denpasar towards the south of the island. The island is home to the vast
majority of Indonesia's small Hindu minority, and it is also the
largest tourist destination in the country. Activities on offer include
premium white ...
... nightlife was really fun and Sam hoped on stage at a reggae bar and played some guitar with the local band, it was really awesome. After padangbai we found ourselves at a crossroad. We were in the midst of the high season and the gili islands were fully booked. We opted to stay on Bali and explore some more. We made our way back to Ubud for two nights in a super nice homestay. We found a really god small restaurant across the street and ate there everyday ...