- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and you disappear into a pool. It was really fun to race side by side on some really steep, straight slides. These really hurt your back if you got airborne and my dad was sore for days. I won most of these. Later We walked home along the beach and saw 200 baby turtles being released into the sea. Later we met up with mum's friend for dinner. We all had really good food and for desert I had a massive piece of chocolate ...
... in sweat. Finally, finally, we reached the first summit, at around 5:30 AM. Gung informed us we had more to go, and that the crater was at the third summit. The wind began to whip about, and the trail ahead looked daunting. Illuminated by the early morning light, a trail about a quarter mile spanned the ridges. To the left and the right were drops hundreds of feet long. The footing was loose, or on top of spines of volcanic rock. It was ...
... sweet at all compared to what we know from England. As the market was already half closed, which was our stupid rude drivers fault for taking the wrong route (I'm not even going there, we weren't happy with his service at all lets just say that) we made him take us to a super store nearby where we bought some snacks for lunch. I find it really strange that in Indonesia no super markets sell ready to go sandwiches or wraps or anything at all that is ...
... Balinese dance show this evening that Ben was a part of. There were some very elaborate costumes and it was neat to see but it was difficult to follow the story line as there were so many different characters and I think any part where some story telling might have been done was all in Indonesian. Upon returning from the show Melissa found a cockroach in our bathroom. I went to kill it but that sucker was fast! We were both freaked out so I went to get ...
... other parts seemed mostly to be fat men dressed as lions or monkeys with joke erections. We struggled to follow all of the story but enjoyed the spectacle nonetheless.
We then wandered the busy streets to find a restaurant for dinner. Eventually settling on Ibu Rai, unbeknown to us a famous eatery in these parts. Supper of mie goreng (fried noodles) with sate chicken and an Indonesian curry.
We called for our shuttle back ...