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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... places! The following day we wondered the small narrow streets lined with small shops offering traditional arts and crafts and coffee houses. It certainly was the peaceful way we wanted to start Bali after the chaos and full speed adventure of Thailand. The day passed and late in the afternoon following a nice (but expensive) lunch we got a taxi down to Kuta, the Australian version of our Magulaf / Malia. Of course after our South East Asia travels, especially that ...
... night he told a story about me that involves stilettos. I won't go into details but it dried the girls up faster than their tampax ever could. Upon returning from a night out, he told the girl Dan had bought back 'not to bleed everywhere' The next morning I woke him up the moment the bus to the Gili Islands arrived. We had to leave quick sharp to get a few good nights in before Ramadan mellowed things out. He rocked up at the bus with toothpaste round ...
... what we were meant to pay but we just wanted to get out of there. After about 1 1/2 hours our Taxi driver was still trying to find the place and had to stop and ask some locals who then decided to show the Taxi driver the way on his Scooter. We made it!!
Our host was Sally and Boy (Balinese fella) and their place was called Dragon Pyramid, we liked it as it was in the local area of Muding so there were ...
... out to not be the case I had them put it in a takeaway container. Their visa machine broken so I had to pay cash and then stop at an ATM on way back to pay my driver. Since I had no way of reheating the fish I gave it to Ketut to take home to his family. He was delighted with the offer of food and I was rewarded with the biggest smile I've seen.
Since I have three more days left, I plan a day of rest then for one more day with Ketut to go to the zoo and ...
... we are here, we ponder the possibility of moving here. We realise from our many trips that living in Bali would be a very different experience to holidaying in Bali. One day we will take a year out for Cassidy to go to school here, learn the language and mingle more with the local community. But for now we wander back and forth, never committing to anything in particular and enjoying the ease of the ...