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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of dive shops, homestays and warungs (Balinese for restaurant). We were only in Amed for two days, the second day we went scuba diving with Brit and Glenn a couple from Belgium and Roxy, our guide. The first dive site was a 'drop off' like the one in finding Nemo and the were plenty of fish to look at. The second site was around the USAT Liberty shipwreck, a World War Two American cargo ship, which was sunk by the Japanese. This was more exciting as we got to swim inside the ...
Today I decided to take advantage of my last day at the AniniRaka and lounge by the pools. I don't think the Happy Inn has a pool and certainly not one that I will have to myself, which seems to be the case here. I have a spa appointment this afternoon - a 90 minute aromatherapy massage ($25). I'm sure a life like this would get tiresome, but it's hard to imagine. ...
... a famous Balinese Dance at our hotel which I am glad about because I thought there wasn't enough time. I'm not gonna lie I'm so happy about the Fact that this hotel was 24 hour Room service. We have really lucked out with weather. No rain yet and it's the rainy season. Now to bed and tomorrow we are headed to the Gilis. Time for some much needed ...
... at 'Secret Beach'. A place you can relax on all day without seeing another single soul. Beautiful crystal clear waters and an unspoilt stretch of sand that you only ever see on postcards and dream of. It really was the life. I had my regular spot for a beer at sunset, accompanied by Nyoman a local guy who came and sat with me most nights. I knew this trip to Bali would be an easy one compared to when me and Dani were here in March and we toured the island on a bike. ...
Firstly, a Happy Diwali and New Year to those celebrating and reading our blog. Although Bali is primarily populated by Hindu people, Diwali is not celebrated at the same time (or in the same manner) as that of India given the Balinese calendar is different. As you can see from the picture, we have lit our own candles and celebrated with a nice meal, although are missing the fireworks.
The past couple of days have been a mix of busy and relaxing. Yesterday ...