Taman Wana Villas and Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After a poor sleep for Andy after being up all night with a poorly tummy we started our journey to Lovina. Our driver arrived ready to take us but unfortunately spoke very little english. We stopped off at the Water temple, another coffee plantation (even after telling him we had already been to one), and then the amazing waterfall! Andrew still not feeling 100% managed to walk up thousands of steps to get to ...
... out the back seat of the 4X4 if push came to puke. Did I mention this was our first wedding anniversary... A little after 2am we arrived at the base of the Ijen crater. The Dutch family joining us on the hike, who hadn't even bothered saying hello or introducing themselves once they arrived 10 min late at the pick up point, closed the door of the jeep, not bothering to let us out. There goes my escape plan, I thought. After knocking for a few moments which felt ...
... in the outside loo. The girl only then decided to ask us if we had booked. um... no. She laughed at us, and pointed out that it was high season. After hearing "no, no, no! We're full, it's high season you know" from the next five homestays, my patience was running thin. Martijn decided to leave me at a horribly cheesy touristy cafe called Bali Balance, got a wifi code, ordered his "backpacker princess" a latte macchiato and left on a quest to find us a room for the ...
That's how I feel these days. Yesterday, three people showed up to clean my room! Now I'm a pretty neat person - I sleep on my side of the bed and the other side remains neat as a pin (if Ron's not there); I put my clothes away at the end of the day; hang up my towel; keep my toiletries together...and still, they sent three people to tidy up after me. And while they were doing that, I went to ...
... local people decided to do the same - many of them where hiking the steep path in flip flops....We had hired a guide to bring us into the crater and who gave us oxygen masks in case the wind would turn and we would have the sulfur smoke in out faces. I was very glad to have the guide and the mask as the climb in the crater in the dark was very steep and the smoke was at times suffocating.
While we were doing this for ...