Kubu Indah Dive & Spa Resort
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... typical trick: “Iīm a lawyer and I know my rights.” The policemen exchanged a few words in their own language. We assumed that the younger officer had been informing the boss that Gonzalo had refused to pay the fine. The boss beckoned to us and we were free to go :) Uf, that was close!
It didnīt take us more than one hour to get from Kuta to Sanur. We left our motorbike at the beginning of the Sanur Beach and started to walk along the beach. After a while ...
... AND about 4 years too young to ride! His response was very authoritative - a shake of the fist and a few words shouted, which she undoubtedly didn't hear as she rapidly disappeared down the road!
The Ubud Terrace Bungalows hotel is not as luxurious as that of Gili Trawangan. It wasn't booked with the intention of being, but is a bit of a come-down after acclimatising very quickly to luxury in a matter of hours, all the same! This previous acclimatisation took some days ...
... was drenching us from a good 100ft away such was the volume of water that was crashing down. From there we headed back and over to the right to see if we could reach the other waterfalls as we wanted to go in for a dip but a local guide was headed back with a few travelers and warned us that as the rain had started the water was moving too quickly to get anywhere near the bottom of the falls. We hung around for a while in two minds as we really wanted to do it but eventually reasoned ...
... could use the kitchen and the large, flat-screen TV was available with English stations, like the BBC and CNN.
We thanked him for staying up to greet us and finally rolled into bed around 1:30 a.m.
From the time we left Singapore until we arrived in Denpasar, that took us about nine hours. I then proclaimed to chill out on the beach, which Roger said was a 10 minute walk from the house, all day Tuesday.
... walked through it because I had to. Dan snap a couple of pictures and left. I wish I was feeling normal because this is really a beautiful traditional Balinese Temple on a lake and I was looking forward to seeing it and enjoying it but all I wanted to do was kill myself and get the ****kkk back into the car.
after about an hour drive we got to a temple called Tanah Lot. The weather was very cloudy and the water was stormy. The scene is so hard to describe. It ...
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