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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the school where I volunteered; the children do not have access to fresh running water and therefore they have to wash their hands in tubs of day old, unclean water. This causes common colds and flus to spread like wildfire, and we were often missing large groups of students due to illness. This is why I chose to donate the remaining $400 in donations directly to the kindergarten, so the funds can be used to renovate the small washroom ...
... cleverly carved & painted ornate doors, stone statues and was set amongst the many rice paddy fields, palm trees and waterways that naturally run down from the nearby mountains and volcano’s. This was starting to feel like the Bali we were after.
Ubud is also home to some great cafes ...
The only other entry horror story to match the current one into Bali via the brand new Denpasar Airport was my entry in Casablanca, Morocco at the same time as thousands of Moslems returned from the Haj in Mecca. But for that there was an excuse - how can a government build a massive new airport to help accommodate the increasing millions coming to Bali and end up with something that is even more inefficient?
Hmmm yet another problem for Jokowi - newly ...
... in that (and that's the middle of the night).
Barcelona is fairly new, but it doesn't have anything on Doha. Doha has a space age shuttle in the middle of the airport. Looking at the shops, you might be forgiven for thinking that you were in the UK rather than Qatar as the airport is brimming with WHSmiths' stores, Harrods, Rolex, Burberry's, the list goes on. Passing through the transfers lounge was a breeze. So, after a four hour wait at the ...
... good – a definite disappointment for those who were ready for a change from Indonesian food!
We set off for a walk through the nearby rice fields, armed with a rough map copied from a guidebook. The start of it was marked and along the way we saw a few other arrows, but not many. The rice fields were either empty or newly planted like the ones we had seen in Jatiluwih, but not as terraced. We ...