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- Swimming pool
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- Continental Breakfast
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... drying out in the morning sun. As we ventured furthur we saw the jukung boats with there sails all brightly colouring the sky, as they came back to shore with there mornings catch to sell. We saw the wives waiting with big baskets preparing the fish in salt to keep it fresh ready for restaurants to buy. We had a little bite to eat then got straight in the sea for some snorkelling as we had been told it was the best time to go we saw so many big fish, some were bright purples and ...
... Food is being prepared and parcelled out in the stretched bales. Then the Rejang starts. Eight dancers in two rows of four stand in one place, holding a bead chain in the left hand. The other end is attached to the dress of the next girl in line. The Rejang consists of simple arm movements, no steps. The fourth girl doesn’t dance along. She has a break; the dance will take over an hour. After a cycle the first girl moves ...
... trainers in this area...apparently he massages his roosters everyday!!!! Anyway, after that we head to the departure point for the biking. By then the weather is nice and cool, we get ponchos in case of rain and wear them to keep the wind out, get mountain bikes and of we are for 25km. The ride is just beautiful, first through balinese villages, beautifully decorated because of an important religious feast that took place about 5 days ago. There is so much attention to ...
... the most part. We worried that it would be like Kuta on a smaller scale but it really isn't. There are plenty of bars, if partying is your thing but the people are so friendly and the place is very relaxed. We arrived on a boat from Gili Air, costing IDR 40,000 each (£2) after less than 30 minutes. It may have been quicker had we not returned to the harbour at least twice to pick up passengers running late. As soon as we were back on dry land the ...
... so everyone else drank theirs and Edd had a few swigs of mine before we were taken to our rooms.
Edd's mum had booked a villa, with Edd and I downstairs and his folks upstairs. Downstairs had a bath that was sunken into the ground and could sleep 2 people, much like the hotel bus we were on in Cambodia. The only downside to the bathroom was that they'd used wall tiles on the floor, so when it got wet it was a bit hazardous. The bed sported ...