- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I know it’s been ages since I’ve written, I guess I’ve just been having too much fun!! That and little access to my laptop or to reliable internet. Since I last wrote, I’ve been to a number of islands in the South of Thailand and then went to Bali, Indonesia which was beautiful. The last few days I’ve been based on Nusa Lembongan which is a little island just off the coast of Bali and had the best time snorkelling with Manta Rays, cliff jumping ...
... can also use the most widely spoken option: modern common Balinese. The usage of different Balinese languages was traditionally determined by the Balinese caste system and by clan membership, but this tradition is diminishing.English is a common third language (and the primary foreign language) of many Balinese, owing to the requirements of the large tourism industry. Staff working in Bali’s tourist centres are often, by necessity, multilingual to some degree, ...
... that, at one point, the tour group was surrounded by them on all sides, resulting in a heady combination of excitement and fear. We tried to take photographs while keeping half an eye on what was going on behind us. Later, we walked around the island, which has magnificent views of the bright blue seas surrounding it.
We sailed back to the island of Lombok, which is regarded by many as the ...
... river, which I enjoyed more than I thought, we weren't sure what to expect. Our driver arrived an hour late and we were getting worried. Traffic was so slow so it took ages to get there but it was in Ubud so we enjoyed just looking out the window at the rice paddies. We arrived and got given some very wore helmets and lifejackets and walked down some steep steps to reach the river. We had 7 in our boat, us, a couple from China (the guy went to Newcastle ...
... cute seal faced pufferfish, more turtles, dog tooth tuna, a Christmas tree worm and loads more exciting fish. The best part was down at 18m where we watched two whitetip reef shark hiding under a reef. We all confessed that we would have been so scared if they had darted out at us, but it was incredibly exciting to see them! After our exam, it was time for our final dive of the course. It was quite sad knowing we had almost finished but it was a great dive. ...