Teman Desa Villas
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... the both of us. I've seen all kinds of things on motorbikes, huge boxes of groceries, surfboards, food delivery, it's hard to explain without seeing it, but just take my word for it. It's crazy. So anyway, I was really grateful I was able to join Shirley for that outing, and tomorrow I'm actually going to go on a driving tour around some of the sights with my airport driver, Widi! He offered this to me when I first got here, and originally I didn't ...
... including staying at the villa and surfing every day with one of the guys who was staying in another room or touring Bali in a rental jeep with Naomi and a couple of her friends. I had already booked a hotel in Kuta (20 min away and closer to the airport) for April 29 & 30 (with the flight to Nepal at 0600 on May 1) weeks before, so I headed there the next day after leaving the villa caretaker 150,000 IDR for his help at the police ...
... is really $37 or so. It's a million dollar view. And brekkie is included. Oh, I speak Australian now, mate.
Sunday night is party night here. A bar hires DJs and a band and the young and the beautiful come out of the woodwork for this weekly party. We held our own but were the oldest ones there. The band was actually a Doors cover band. Imagine 4 long haired Balinese 20 year olds cranking out the Doors. But our room and balcony (close by) were a great way to ...
... he remained in high spirits, he was an animal and couldn't keep still). This was a lesson learned for the 13.5 hour flight back to London a couple of days later which, with the help of a couple of helpings of Finding Nemo, was a lot smoother. We loved our two night stop over in Kuala Lumper again and had a great day exploring. I stocked up on original quality clothing from the market in Chinatown (which was flooded, see photo) and we ...
We both woke up at 4am, probably due to the jet lag. Back to sleep then up at 8. We packed and haggled a taxi outside of the hotel to take us to Ubud. This was to be the craziest drive that we have ever encountered. There seems to be no right of way, cars flying everywhere. When we did arrive our hotel was set in a peaceful location where you couldn't hear a word. Just chirping birds from the Forrest. We were greeted with tea and ...