Frangipani Beach Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... come here and what is there to look at.
Unfortunately, everything is very far apart, so that we drive almost 600 km in Denpasar at the end. In city traffic, we are driving slowly because of too much traffic or too few roads. We drive on average speed of about 20 Km/h which means that we spend about 4.5 hours per day on the motorbike. Incidentally, I'm doing small work on the motorbike and I need a break soon.
... the mangoes we wanted in the morning. Lovina is located on the beach in the northwest of Bali and is famous for its dolphins and dolphin watching tours. The beach itself isn't overly impressive but it was nice to be on the coast instead of the interior for awhile and the ocean is always lovely to sit beside. We had a beer at a small cafe on the beach and then got back in the van to head south back to Ubud. We stopped quickly for Maria to use the ATM and Wayan bought some ...
... next day we all. Drove scoots to Ubud and here spent our time at this fun pub with awesome musicians. the lead singer had a great voice sounded exactly like the Doors, guns and roses and many more classics. Richard and I danced like ratbags. We said our goodbyes. Richard went it Australia, Randall went back to seminyak and I stayed in Ubud. crazy fun laughing, times :) Met London fella Kieran.....monkey forest....bike ...
... one hairy moment; Cindy was carrying a water bottle in her bag, which got cold, so she took it out and clipped it to the outside of the bag. This was a mistake; a monkey snuck up from behind, climbed aboard, and tried to gnaw its way in. He was not easily shooed off, showing me a mouthful of teeth when I tried, so Cindy took the bag off, at which point a few more monkeys piled on. I grabbed the strap and started swinging, and that ...
... family of clown fish in it, Edi indicated that I should start using my own regulator again and showed me that I could play with the clown fish. I'd not realised that the anemone would simply be sticky to me, thought they stung, but they didn't, it felt funny. Just as we reached our safety stop we came upon a shelf-like coral, almost like a plate, with shoals of brightly coloured fish swimming with their mouths open to catch the particles in the swells. Edi tried to take a photo of us ...