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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a traditional Balinese family house (Yuda's house was modern) This was a fairly wealthy extended family that chose to live in a traditional way like the Balinese have been living for hundreds of years. There were about 25 people who lived in the house, When you pass through the front gate (gates are guarded by statues of mythical creatures) the first thing you see are a series of platforms covered with thatched roofs. These are the ...
... from the beach front because of the reef underneath. I stared to walk out to the jet skis as I get out there I was told to hold on and get ready for some big waves. Afetr sitting out there for 10 minutes the guy on the jet ski said im up for the wave I said yep go go go as I stared to get a bit of momentum I let go of the jet ski and pull on to the wave as I go down the wave I look up at the barrel going over my head as all the people ...
... and spent the rest of the evening hanging out by ourselves in our beautiful pool with a zillion stars overhead, listening to the fireworks from the villages surrounding us, and watching dozens of fireflies flickering in the darkness. It was magical. Today, we stayed indoors and maintained the silence, reflecting on what a privilege it is to be here; to be exposed to all of these incredible experiences; to be living this life. Quite phenomenal, really.
... It is currently the wet season in this part of Indonesia, with December to April being this season, and the first two months being most rainy.
The ferry crossing was not quite as nerve-racking as the outbound crossing, but was still pretty choppy in places! The 'turbulence' is reduced the further back in the boat one sits. The bow of the boat hits the waves and is catapulted up and down with some force, and as experienced on the outward crossing, some pretty terrifying ...
... over it and sign up for a cooking class, of course! It was by far the best experience we had in Vietnam and the best food and not just because we made it ;) Hoi An was truly lovely and overflowing with culture. Each direction you glanced you could watch as traditional women wearing conical hats would carry two baskets on a shoulder pole. Inside those baskets were fruits, souvenirs, mini refrigerators, hardware, heavy equipment and so forth. Unbelievable strength! Utter ...