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Bali Bali Bali, oh where to begin...Well we arrived at the airport to utter madness and noise from taxi drivers trying to get custom! After many taxi drivers had offered us their services, we finally got a driver who said it would cost us 200,000RP (£10) to get to our hotel..We thought we was getting a good deal until we arrived at the hotel …
... value so we got a "tailor" to sew it up. Bad move! Instead of turning it inside out he's just sewn it together along the outside and to make matters worse he used white cotton on the black bag!! Gotta love some Balinese workmanship....what do you want for $5. Alain had a hankering for the chicken in lime juice I had yesterday at Jadi Cafe so we ordered our lunch on our way home and said we'd be back in 40 minutes. We had to wait a further half an hour when we ...
... till Vick (with only a hand towel for protection) made a dash for our
pre- arranged meeting place with Wayan, our driver.
It became obvious that the rest of would need to leave
the verandah, so I then left the safety of the verandah, found a shop
person taking full advantage of monsoon weather and poorly prepared tourists,
haggled for umbrellas and bought the last 2 umbrellas and a cheap poncho she
had, at inflated prices and went ...
... a 2-hour spa (my first spa!) where I got a full body massage and scrub. My mom kept telling me (based on her past spa experiences) "you'll have the sheet on so they won't see anything," but what she should've said was "get used to the nudity!" I guess here they aren't so worried about being covered up. We went to the stonecarving, woodcarving, weaving, and gold and silver making villages. At the gold and silver making village, I got a pair of handmade silver dragonfly earrings. It ...
... Rupiah. We looked for the monkey with a pet cat (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vzi7Izh wkM4) that we filmed last time, but to no avail. However there is no shortage of monkeys in the almost magical setting of the Sacred Monkey Forest and between Lisa and I, we must have taken 1,000 pictures within a couple of hours. We were some of the first people to arrive and when Scotty bought some bananas it didn’t take him long to disperse them. Some of ...
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This hotel was set in a quiet area surrounded by rice fields, cows and quiet little streets.
Premier Surf Camp was very close to Canggu & Echo beach but unfortunately due to high tides we were unable to surf on any of our 3 days :(
This worked out quite well as Aaron had picked up a bad tummy bug and wouldn't of been able to surf anyway.
We originally booked a bungalow but moved to a deluxe as the bungalow shower didn't work and had no tv. Aaron also said due to being ill he didn't fancy staring at a cracked wall in bed.
The staff there were very polite, tasty breakfast and we also made a few friends with other guests that were staying at the resort.
We hired a scooter for 2 of the days to take us from place to place as it was too hot and far for walking to places such as the temple, bars, restaurants, massage and yoga resort- All of which we done.
We would stay again :)
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