- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Babysitting service
- Free airport shuttle
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
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... Cairns! Also by almost every doorway and piled high in some areas we noticed these little bamboo baskets filled with flowers, rice, cigarettes, biscuits etc. These are small offering baskets called ‘canang sari' that Balinese offer to their Gods three times a day.
Bali is very popular with Aussie tourists and the areas around Denpasar are very much like a holiday resort with Kuta being for young Aussies what Magaluf is for young Brits! ...
... still catching. On the walk back to the house I saw a disturbing sight. One of the tiny piglets from the neighbouring family had died and one of the local dogs was eating it. It's natural I supposed but still not something I wanted to see. We had dinner and the tv at the house had been fixed so the guys were watching a rerun of the Japan vs Colombia World Cup game. It's good that it is working again because Germany plays ...
... and has a dental surgery, a medical area, rooms for the children, beautiful big kitchen and great areas for the children to play and relax in. So if you would like to support children who are so much worse off than ours in Australia – then this is a charity that I’ve seen at first hand where as much money as possible goes directly into the health and welfare of the children – it’s run with minimal staff and definitely no 'fat ...
... we each had banana juice as well. We've found that the portion sizes here in Bali are not very large, but somehow we always feel satisfied when we finish. We had quite a bit of time to kill before heading to a dance we bought tickets to see so we went for a cupcake for dessert at another place Jason found in the Lonely Planet guide.
The Legong dance show is one of three traditional Balinese performances. One of the others is the Kecak show, which we saw last ...
... in what I can only assume is someones back yard. I wish I had of been quick enough to get a photo.
Once getting into Kuta, I spent some time checking out the city. Kuta really is the tourism capital of Bali. At approximately 2.5kms from Denpasar airport it makes it the first port of call for people coming into the city and it is full of an abundance of cheap accommodation and right on the beach. After spending about 15 ...