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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... legs behind us, not doing very much at all other than completing four dives more than planned. The camera has moaned and clicked and eventually succumbed, a new lens will be needed in Singapore. I'd say it's done well but it hasn't, we've really looked after it and a new lens will be around £200, putting a big dent in our budget. For now pictures will be courtesy of iPad (and Emma). Pauline's been in touch, she's made it to Bali but has no idea where she is, planning ahead success. ...
... E. We got a taxi to the nearby International hospital and were blown away by the service, within 10 minutes we were in with a consultant who took a blood test. We waited around for an hour to be given our results when we were both diagnosed with Dengue fever. A virus contacted through a mosquito bite. We had heard horror stories about this virus so we were both pretty freaked out but we were treated so well ...
... wanted to leave Senaru and not spend another night. This is when we realised we shouldn't have told grumpy guys hostel owner that we didn't want to check out. The problem was the public bus back to Sengiggi was very early the next morning from a different town called Bayun, the same route we had had to make here. Frankly, we couldn't be doing with the effort and figured it would be so much simpler to sort an alternative way back... We reached the town area ...
... and lots of choice ! It was so busy we had to stand and wait for a table. I had stir fry noddles with chicken All in all a very successful day, apart from turning up at the temple after it had closed because the communication between the driver and guy from our hotel was so shockingly bad ! I'm now excited to get to sleep in the big comfy double bed, I need to enjoy every second of it because tomorrow were back to our backpacker ...
... neighborhood, nevertheless, I´m sure we passed by on the way to the airport so it must be located in that direction. On the contrary Legian Street is where you want to go to have a few drinks or simply party because this street is full of bars and discos. Unfortunately it was also this street that witnessed the infamous first Bali Bomb Attack in 2002. Today a permanent memorial, which commemorates the 202 victims (mainly tourists), stands on the site of the destroyed Paddy's ...