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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... then we needed but we bargained him down from $70 to $55 a night so it was a reasonable splurge. Every morning we enjoyed breakfast on the rooftop patio with beautiful views of the surrounding homes and countryside. The breakfast was pretty tasty... We had a vegetable omelet cooked in coconut oil which gave it a uniquely tropical taste, and a freshly mixed fruit smoothie. Our favourite was pineapple! Unfortunately Balinese coffee isn't very good, as it ...
... as water. I had to pinch ice out of the wine buckets as the people in Bali don't seem to understand what a cold drink should be. Many a Bintang was sent back by Rob and Pete for being warm, the champagne for the toast was hot...not warm, but hot but no one cared as we were all having a great night. I was drinking Iced Tea so of course when ordering I really emphasized the Iced bit...lol.
The night went well and everyone looked amazing, but because the walk up and down ...
... afternoon, we walked for about 5-6 Klms. We reached Sari Organic restaurant and sat in one the gorgeous rooms that was on stilts on the water overlooking the rice fields. Ahhh, worth the long walk.
Tired but refreshed we walked back and luckily, the ...
... eye, high up on a hill juxtaposed above the ancient site, was an ultra modern, space age building. When I asked what it was, I was told that it was the President's residence. Another interesting thing about the temple was the exit. I could clearly see the car park I was supposed to go to to meet my driver (straight in front of me, a mere 100 metres away), yet there was a sign and a very assertive man saying that the official exit to the temple ...
... kidding me". An impossibly old man with hiking sticks managed to power past me, as did most the population of Bali as I indelicately hauled myself up the hill. At one point I slipped and fell, I genuinely thought I wasn't going to stop sliding and would do a Simpsons style descent down the hill and end up in a bar with a pint in my hand at 5am. The guide, who was the size of my right arm, decided to stay with me clearly understanding my incompetence. She kept advising me to ...