The Beach Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... things in my exhausted state. Nope, there really was a rat in my tent... GREAT. I may have been a tad lonely in my one-man tent... but I wasn't so desperate for a tent mate to snuggle up with a RAT. Baz & Caz came to my rescue by letting me sleep in their four man tent (with no rats)... no, I am not a creepy honeymoon crasher, they did offer!
So after what ended up being quite a good night's sleep, despite hearing the rats scuttling ...
... with little conversation taking place. As we continued to climb through and above the clouds, the crater and lake could be seen far below, revealing the extent of our accomplishment so far and providing a morale boost. Eventually we made it to the top of the ridge, and low and behold there was an entrepreneurial local man selling bottles of Bintang at almost double the usual price. What the heck, we all bought one! He deserved the extra money for carrying the ...
... joe I'd met the night before. We spent the evening chatting and dancing in a really cool bamboo rooftop club before moving on to the sports bar. The England vs Uruguay match started at 3am. The atmosphere in the bar with over 100 English supporters and 4 Uruguay supporters was very tense. England lost and people weren't happy as our team was kicked out of the World Cup. I walked back to my room in silence as everyone around me was so ...
... I stopped a for an ice cream and iced coffee. It wasn't as good as the Bali Airport.
Horse carts clacked in the street avoiding bikes and humans. Stray cats roamed in and out of dive shops. The smell of the ocean conflicted with the distinct smell of incense.
After a sufficient amount of wandering, I went back to the hotel and changed into my bathing suit to lie out on the beach. The fool proof way to get a golden tan was initiated: wade in water, tan on the front, ...