- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... To pick up where I left things off, let me continue with Landing at Abu Dhabi Airport. I guess due to my excitement and the great selection of movies on the plane, I did not catch any sleep which was a bad choice. Arriving at the airport I was exhausted, but traveling solo I did not feel comfortable putting myself to sleep in fear of missing my …
... break and waited in the small line up.....I saw one and started to paddle but a local (Aussie) grabbed it and sliced it up really nicely...I pulled back when I saw him drop in.
A nice big one came for me...I looked at Dev and he said "go" so I paddled, I took about 3 strokes and I was on the shoulder again...high on the wave and all I could see was reef ripping below me and green forever...my dream wave!....I rode it forever it seemed (although maybe only a ...
... loads of animals, from a three-legged tiger, crocodile to a camel and of course the fascinating, gorgeous animal that is the elephant. My package included a free gift, elephant trek, zoo admission, lunch, animal encounter and private transfer to and from the zoo. I did the elephant trek pretty much straight away before walking around the zoo, and afterwards I spent some time with the elephants, feeding them and playing with them. There a beautiful, friendly animal and I was ...
... unexpectedly, after this we don't start cooking. Instead, Penny leads us through how to create a morning offering, including the importance and significance of each element and colour, and how to properly place them. She then invites us to wear a cermonial sash and we kneel in front of the restaurant's temple, where she talks us through performing the prayer ritual, and what the symbolic meaning of each part of this daily ceremony represents. In hindsight, I ...
... unbelievable how built up Bali has become. The car and motorbike population has grown to exceed the ability of the roads to hold them. After checking in to our hotel ( The Elysian) we walked to the beach which is close as the crow flies but we had to circumnavigate a walled compound so it took about 10 minutes. The streets are very narrow and they have no sidewalks. Motorbikes streak by at an alarming clip. By the time we reached the beach the sun ...