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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... north, and ten hours driving by the route we've chosen. He's happy, there are many drivers here competing for fares. They congregate and sit on curbs, smoking and talking with their co-workers for days spent waiting for a single one-way fare. At an average of $100 dollars per month for a worker in Bali, he nets half an average months pay with our fare. For us, it's five dollars per hour for a personal car with air conditioning, and driver ...
... Retreat. So being our last night of talking and electronics we took advantage by going out for a nice dinner and then watching Eat, Pray, Love as we were in the exact town that Elizabeth Gilbert found the love of her life while riding a bicycle through the rice fields one day. Maybe I shouldn't have ridden a motorbike all day....haha just kidding not ready to meet Mr. Right just yet, still have a lot of exploring to do! Stay tuned for more of just that... ...
... good – a definite disappointment for those who were ready for a change from Indonesian food!
We set off for a walk through the nearby rice fields, armed with a rough map copied from a guidebook. The start of it was marked and along the way we saw a few other arrows, but not many. The rice fields were either empty or newly planted like the ones we had seen in Jatiluwih, but not as terraced. We ...
... just lay down on the beach reading our book and FaceTiming people showing them the view to make them jealous! Went back and showered before getting some dinner and packing for our next adventure. It's been nice just doing nothing especially as I haven't been feeling the best! Would have been good to go surfing or snorkelling but I haven't been up to it so we've just chilled and had a lazy couple of days! Lush ...
... were almost pushed off the road by a massive truck! Prick. We decided while driving that we would head to Padang Bai which is meant to be a small beach town where we could stay for one night and then think of heading elsewhere. Most people just come here to catch the ferry to the Gili Islands and don't really hang around to check it out. We decided to chill and I wasn't keen on doing much more driving with Laura on the back of the bike and to bags between ...