Frangipani Beach Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... trip!?) We drove right through the middle of Bali, up Mount Batukara and down the other side. Kadek stopped at a coffee farm and at the temple on Beratan Lake - yes, both tourist traps, but still interesting and enjoyable. The place where I'm staying now is much more like the AniniRaka than the Happy Inn. I'm very close to the ocean - can hear it from right outside my room. There doesn't appear to be any surfing here, but the area is renowned for its snorkelling and dolphins. ...
... We got back into the car to drive back after thanking our guide and collapsed! The rest of the day was spent by the pool until Laura came and we got a delivery pizza and played cards. Laura was catching a flight in the early morning so she left and we went to bed! The next day we were up early again and got a taxi from Ubud to Lovina which is a town on the beach in the north of Bali. Our taxi took half a day as we stopped of at a coffee plantation, rice paddies, and a ...
... snorkel off the beach while Andrew and I just chilled in our own pool and lounged around reading and napping. The warung out the front of the hotel was easy walking distance for lunch....it is so hot although thunder and cloudy skies threaten, nothing much ever comes of it. We've had a few short, sharp showers. The sun soon follows burning any exposed body parts within minutes. Most of us have funny shaped white marks on our skin where we have missed with ...
... our boat met back up with us.
We moved to a new spot and before heading back in we had nasi campur for lunch - white rice with an assortment of sides. Unfortunately, it was too spicy for me to enjoy so I only ate a bit, plus some bananas to tide me over. We went back in the water, this time out a bit deeper. We were higher above the corals than we had been before, so it was good to be able to dive down to see them better. I was ...
Since Pemuteran does not have a central town area, there were no buses or anything that would take us back down to Kuta. Therefore, we decided to catch a public bus back to Lovina and then a shuttle from Lovina down to Kuta. The bus from Pemuteran to Lovina was, I think, the last stage of our breaking in to the Asian busing system. We got onto a 30-person bus jammed full of locals, sacks of produce, some trinkets, ...