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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the most important thing is we arrive alive and safe to a busy, hot, beautiful Bali. Instantly as we exited the airport we were bombarded by desperate, overly touchy taxi men so we straight away had to wake up and get our heads in gear to get a good price. That's easier said than done when you've had to wake up at 4 am and it's approaching 7 pm. We found ourselves a decent man who looked safe and ...
... 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 ...
... to see dolphins Ive been successful (twice with fresh water and once with marine). Another stop we made was in the fishing village of amed. I stayed in one of the nicest rooms on my trip so far. It is part home stay part farm. The roosters, pigs and cats are a fun wake up call at 5 am with the sun showing its face just shortly after. Its just the best. The bea ch here is a mixture of volcanic sand and pebbles (oh and I can't forget the garbage) making it a challenge ...
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(3.1–3.9 in) wide, ripening yellow to orange, and weighs about 500 g (1.1 lb) when ripe. The pod contains 20 to 60 seeds, usually called "beans", embedded in a white pulp. The seeds are the main ingredient of chocolate, while the pulp is used in some countries to prepare ...
... some factory of workers. In any case, the jewellery was beautiful. It was interesting how everything had it's price, but the moment you frowned you were asked 'How much do you want to pay?' and that's when the bargaining began. I bought gifts for the mothers, nothing for me since I can get things readily enough in Bandung, but it was fun to feel a bit of triumph after successful bargaining.
Our hotel in Ubud was another beautiful one, with gardens, fountains and ...