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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at the hotel. A really yummy cocktail." Thankfully we planned our stay up the road from Kuta in the more up market Seminyak. We had planned this to be a stress free, relaxing getaway in the sun and so far so good - no signs of volcanic ash. A few hours later at Denaspar airport I was in an altercation with a belligerent young Balinese man demanding a tip. He had wheeled Jenny's luggage across the concourse to where we waited for the Bufallo Tour bus to pick us ...
... me we are going to a shiva memorial service for a man who was very important to the Sydney Jewish community but who had tragically died young that very week of cancer.
“What was his name?” I ask.
“Michael Faktor,” he answers.
And I say, “I believe I knew him.” And after the service I introduced myself to his wife, and she remembered the whole episode fondly.
... we weren't in Austin, but I was glad when we started having fun! We got a game called Taboo, and it is awesome! It is like talking Charades. We are playing lots of games along with that like Gin, Phase Ten and others. If you know any of those, you probably like them. I love Bali!
Even though we were staying in a very nice villa on the beach, we wanted to leave a little and go enjoy the city. But where to go? The Changgu Club had it all. It is not like the ...
... around more familiar sights as opposed to the one being shown Africa. Bali is Bali, everyone has their own experience and you take the good with the bad, but still it is beautiful and in what seems an impossibility the traffic appears to have gotten even more crazy. We caught up with my good friends Jim and Cyn Matan from Margaret River and as Jim had also lived a lot in Indonesia and particularly Bali he was as always a good ...
... Monkey Forest Road is just rammed with cafes, restaurants, shops and (legit) massage parlours. We stayed in two different guesthouses, we had only planned to stay two nights in one, but felt we needed to stay longer so booked in to a 2nd home for a further three nights. During our time in Ubud we visited the Sacred Monkey Forest, which was AMAZING – for only £1.50 entry each, and £1 for a bunch of bananas, we were let loose in a forest of temples surrounded ...