Jimbaran Cliffs Private Hotel & Spa
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... provided a great chance to see the chorus and dancers up close, but would have made it hard to take in the scene. It also would have made it very likely Kyla would have been up dancing with the servants when it came time to recruit from the audience.
The fire dance was interesting … but the most interesting element was the use of chanting instead of instruments. The chorus consists of about 100 men who sit in concentric circles and ...
... and Olly and myself chilled out. The final morning was spent doing some admin stuff like getting some passport photos taken for my Vietnam trip and printing boarding passes. We totally overestimated the time it would take us to get to the airport this time round and had some serious time to kill at a not very exciting Jakarta airport.
Finally though it was time for Olly and me to say our goodbyes as he is heading back to Ireland via Australia and I was to start my solo adventure in Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh, here I ...
Tomo says: Happy Birthday to me! A good day was had. Yaz pushed the boat out for this one and treated me to an iced coffee and tim tams for breakfast. Sadly, no card though, but thanks to the parents and the brother for their cards, much appreciated. On Thursday we cycled 28km from Kintamani back to Ubud through loads of rural villages. As soon as the kids saw us they would all run out and high five as we went by. The next day we had booked to climb ...
... is just a hoot – although not for the faint-hearted. Road rules in Bali are quite simple. There are only two: give way to anything bigger than you, and if competing with another motorcycle then he who dares wins. Helen hangs on tightly and relies on my judgment and navigation: such a trusting consort. We head to the ‘bohemian’ quarter of Seminyak north of the infamous Kuta/Legian area. We visited and stayed at Kuta only 31 years ago so no need to ...
... fabulous to see the places I’d previously
read about. We then returned to AS via the back roads (much quicker) and got
back in time for afternoon tea at 4pm in the reception area before heading back
to the villa for a rest.
We had previously booked for Laka Leke that night – for
dinner and the Kecak dance. So at 6pm we asked the shuttle to take us up there
– trying to rest my ankle when possible – and we were warmly greeted and shown
How has this hotel rated in the past?
A private pool and room service, what more could you want!
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