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... shows that I have a small yellow box on my shoulder which they seem unconcerned about..
The flight is a bit bumpy and typical of jet-star you can buy your own refreshments on board. Flying from Adelaide across the bottom of Australia I get to see a lot of the landscape from my window seat. The flight is heavily booked and I've the slight misfortune to be siting next to someone who is wider than her ...
... places in Seminyak, Bistrot. Beautiful restaurant owned by a French guy. Our grand plans for an evening of swimming and fireworks on the beach were slightly scuppered by the rain but we still had a fabulous time catching up with a friend from Australia who I hadn't seen for some 13+ years. Great evening and so nice to spend some time with her hubbie and children after hearing about them for so long. As with most good nights we ended up in McDonalds around 2am ...
... to fell queasy and decided to get out and have a lie down. Once we'd had enough we caught the speed boat back to shore. Unfortunately my hangover and the ocean finally got the better of me and as soon as we hit the beach I had to make a dash for the loo. We briefly saw Alex and Gill before they went out for their second dive and sat down to lunch. Fried chicken and rice - very nice! Then after a bit of a dispute with the driver he reluctantly took us back to the hotel. He wanted ...
Woke to a skype call from the girlies due to them being terrified that there was something in the house. We had another day of activities ahead. We did this thing called tubing which hurt our arms from hanging on for dear life as we didn't want to be thrown from the blowup contraption. Next was a truly disappointing banana boat ride where we drove in a straight line out to sea, turned around and came back again. It's the only banana boat ride where I've ...
... their maintenance and repair?
At this stage I have still not found an answer. The online research has revealed a can of worms.
Not only is the system hugely complicated, being all organised from Djarkarta for the whole of Indonesia's 18,200 islands- but as to whether many of the taxes actually get paid and arrive at the right government dept. is open to speculation.
So far none of the Balinese I've asked have a clue about the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility