Frangipani Beach Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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For now... :) And yes, I feel a little sad, but it's been such a wonderful experience - so much better than I anticipated - that I can't feel too sad. Besides, I'm off to Thailand now for another amazing adventure! Yesterday was my last day at the Shala. It was a good place for me to practice - got lots of useful observations (who knew my left thumb was the cause of so ...
... was a buffet....for me...Seriously, I haven't seen any other guests at this hotel for days. There were four servers behind the buffet table to supervise and prepare my eggs and toast. So, I sat there, finishing up my coffee, while a couple of groundskeepers swept the pathways and a pool boy scooped leaves out of the pool....and all this is costing about $35 CAD/night. It's a little strange. I ...
... over an hour to get our lunches. Oh well what else were we going to do? Andrew wandered further down the road for a massage after lunch and I came back to our room, sweaty and hot, to find the air conditioner was not working properly again. I thought it was just me but I walked into Celeste's room; it was like an ice box and it was on 25!!! I called the front desk and ask for a "technician/engineer" to check it. He checked outside first and went away and ...
14.7.2014 Denpasar (Bali), Indonesia Km: 68870 Visa inconvenience / Visa Ungemach
After the great experience in the Bromo crater we are heading to the Merapi volcano. Unfortunately, there is no road to the crater and the weather is not so good anymore. So we stay at a waterfall and enjoy a night of rain. As we reach the ferry to Bali the rains stops and we can go onto the ferry immediately. In Bali it's raining again and ...
... too much free-diving! I commend him for his selfless efforts, but unfortunately, it didn't work. While snorkeling, we did find some Nemos, though! The guide pointed out some anemones and would wave his hand through it until the clown fish came out. It was pretty cool!
Also exciting, I was attacked by marine life twice! So I was just swimming along, minding my own business, when I saw a big 'ol fish (a Trigger Fish, as I found ...