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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Today we were feeling risky, and decided to rent a scootie (moped). We got a nice new red one from our neighbour's down the street. $5 for the scootie and $1.50 for insurance for the day! Cost $1.70 to fill up from Empty too!!! You can't beat that price! We hopped on this together and headed for the hills after nearly being in 10 accidents in just 16km...these roads are insane, as we mentioned before it's "create a lane" driving ...
... their garden which had labeled plants like Banana trees, cinnamon, cloves, etc.
We loved the Ginger Tea and the Mangosteen Peel tea and the Cocoa spices the best. And yes, the Luwak coffee was actually pretty good. The Civet has an enzyme in its digestive tract that acts on the beans. After it *****, they dry and wash the beans and take off the outer shell and dry roast the beans. Dad just sent me an email of a photo I posted and said he now knows what ...
... His other name, Ponie is like a small horse so he knows we will remember that!
Took a while to arrange all the right bikes for us all and make sure they are ok. Ponie wanted Callum and Lochlan to ride in the car for the first bit because it is steep, but we all reassured him that they would be fine so away we went. It was awesome!!! Just loved the down ...
... crossing between the two islands. Back on dry land, a four-hour bus ride carried us past rice paddies on the coastline and dropped us at the bus terminal. After being accosted by taxi drivers, we managed to bargain for a semi-reasonable price and rolled through Denpasar's heavy rush hour traffic to our hotel.
We'd booked the room at Indah Residence hotel because it was ...
... saying goodbye to Komos, we walked back up the Main Street of Munduk village to try and find a driver to take us to Denpasar. A nice man, Nyoman (number 3), stopped us and asked if we needed transport. We told him we did and where we had to go. After some negotiation on the price, he made a few phone calls and arranged for his cousin, Ketut (number 4) to drive us. Nyoman explained and pointed to where Ketut was, which was just about 200m away. We were going to walk and find ...