- Continental Breakfast
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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... for 30,000 Rp ($3 CAD), we knew we were paying a premium but felt it would be best to have an 'easy' bottle of water on hand to quench our thirst. For comparison the next day we bought two large and two small bottles of water, 2 coconut waters and a coke for about the same price! It all depends on how close you are to the tourists traps. After making our way through the crowd of hawkers at the arrivals area, we managed to secure ourselves a taxi for the ride to ...
... to see better underwater scenery at the Shipwreck tomorrow. Whilst he was diving (around an hour and a half) I waited on the boat. The sea was very choppy so I was overcome with the feeling of sickness. Luckily we soon headed back to shaw and back to a steady ground! Later on yesterday evening we went for dinner in a hotel close by ours, we had an amazing Meal of chicken with bacon and cheese sauce with potatoes and vegetables! We both had a ...
... facial for Sharon and a foot massage for Tammy.
Ruth and I caught a taxi into Kuta and our first stop was Matahari’s a large department store with fixed prices. I remembered it from my last visit to Bali and it’s certainly a lot more glam now. We had a lovely wander round there. Ruth changed some money, I managed to get myself a lovely pair of shoes – and we all know how desperately I am in need of more shoes! We then headed across to ...
... Laangan, and shorty after we were able to see it. However, we were seeing it from the top and we knew we should have been near the bottom. At this point, we were pretty much giving up on being able to do the circuit. We thought we were heading back In the direction we came from, but after walking for a while, we realized that the terrain we were on did not seem familiar. We were definitely going a different way again. We were alone, lost, dirty, and a little freaked out by ...
... just put down some sticky fly paper by the food and burn some oils. They really should have shut all the doors. But we leave today so it's not a problem for us. We get the free airport shuttle at about 9am, our flight is at 10.55. Our rucksacks are slightly over the weight limit, which we expected, so it cost us 90,000 (£5), they initially said it cost 900,000 which Ian questioned and the guy then corrected himself, not sure if it was an innocent ...