- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the fishing town of Semporna, before taking a boat the following morning to yet another island oasis. Rumours spoke of the splendour of such an island, comparing it to those in The Phillipines and Thailand. I longed to gaze on such waters and swim with yet more impressive sea life. The time had come.
Once again we took to the side of the road and awaited the bus to Semporna, beforehand we had two spare hours which we spent walking amongst the Canopies of the jungle. Even ...
... you need eyes in the back of your head to drive around here) was pretty gung-ho with the old horn. We have got used to hearing a lot of horns, particularly from taxi drivers who are keen to get your fare, however Rio was the master of the horn, and to say that it was overused, even by Balinese standards, would be an understatement – there was even a grubby divot in the steering wheel centre, where he had leant on the horn so frequently.
... I've definitely had better; the Souvlaki wasn't wholly inspiring and the pitta tasted as if it was from a packet. Others in the group were dismayed by the lack of humus or halloumi. Some (Italian) tiramisu with a candle in it substituted for a birthday cake before we headed to Sky Garden. The Sky Garden is arguably Kuta's prime destination, a warren of a club housing multiple different rooms as well as a live set and rooftop bar. Following ...
... a lot. This is our final place before we hit Singapore for a couple of days with Claire and Davey, ready for our final flight back to the UK. Rather than being forward-looking, we’ve become much more reflective, looking back on the stuff we’ve done over the last year. This is not a bad thing – indeed, it’s probably inevitable at this stage, as we’ve spent a long time, much more than a ...
... Unfortunately for them I don't think the first waiter spoke much English, and probably didn't understand what they were asking! The next morning we manger to be up for brekky woooop! To be honest though, the noodles probably would have been tastier than their funky sausages and bacon. We checked out and took our taxi to our next hotel in the hills of Ubud. Our drivers English was pretty good and we managed to have a half decent chat and banter with him on the ...