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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... which were gross. We then went to Tanah Lot temple. It's a temple which is on a small island in the water which is really different, it was just packed full of people though. We sat up on a hill opposite it and watched the sun go down behind it, it was a little cloudy but still really nice. We also saw some animals which eat a certain fruit and the poo out coffee beans! Yum.. That night we all went out for some food and I had a Bintang. It was a lemon ...
... As I lay on the massage table, with the window open to the sounds of the jungle, it started to rain gently....and I thought to myself that this trip is the kindest thing I have ever done for myself. I highly recommend it. It is also, of course, only one of the many, many kind things that Ron has done for me over the ...
... the bill was all adding up! Day three - seminyak -26th march So according to google, seminyak is known for shopping and spas. So today we'd thought let's tick these off. After arriving in semniyak square we soon realised that most of the shops were out of our budget. As well it's super hot here making shopping unbearable for even the most committed shopaholics. So after purchasing a new dress for £5 (yes a bit of haggling was involved) and taking a pounding from ...
... And there were these huge wicker chair lounger things. Oh how we lounged. Best of all though, they picked us up for free from the airport. We came out into the sunny terminal and there stood a man with my name on a sign (mynameonasign!) and then, shockingly, he actually carried our bags for us. I can't explain what a relief it was not to have any of the usual taxi-related panic: will they try to rip us ...
... sign had directed us to drive. A steep drop followed by what most standards would not classify a road lead us, around a kilometre to our hotel. All fears for our life drifted as we settled into our new abode, a remote, naturally quiet haven in the middle of Bali Forrest. A nights stay and we achieved Yoga (Juli achieved, I floundered) and a hike down to the waterfalls in the valley. A slight tinge to our stay was a cup of tea, in which we found ...