The Watergarden Hotel
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... the engines on full blast. He was officially impressed.
We got out with all our stuff and walked up the right hand side of the slipway where it hadn’t been cemented, as it was too slippery. We dried off and I put Edd’s shirt on to warm up - we then went in search of a glass of wine, to warm up our insides.
We ordered 3 glasses of red (there was a 2 for 1 special) at the restaurant overlooking the lotus pond, it was a ...
The 'call to prayer' from the local mosque woke me at 5am. The drumming of the surf and the heavy rain were a little disconcerting as we were going fishing and snorkling today. Breakfast at 7.30, at the reception at 8.20 for the 8.30 pick up. We headed into Senggigi, to the tour office and walked to the beach just down from 'The Office'. We waited by the raised platform while the tour guide organised the boatman. Many of the locals were eating breakfast. I took the opportunity to tie ...
... note, as long as you know the food is being cooked fresh it will be ok and as for seafood, I would leave it unless you know where it has come from. Other than that I say give it a go, you may be pleasantly surprised.
I will say though that the best dish I have had yet in Bali was a Nasi Campur which is pork & chicken cooked 5-6 different ways served with deep fried corn fritters, Aram (local vegetable), Jackfruit curry, fried tofu & rice. Oh my goodness ...
... parts of the design and dyeing it all over again. Quite clever. The Sasak village was next. We were handed over to a village guide who explained there are 150 houses and 700 people living here. As we worked our way around it reminded us of the Karen village in northern Thailand. The houses here were a little different in design but essentially very similar. We suppose all villages everywhere in the world started out like this once though. The traditional houses here are ...
... route or head inland through a forested area which was home to a group of monkeys. To a man they told us to take the latter. Thus at 6.30 am we found ourselves slogging up the first mountain of our 'flat' day. Putting aside the obvious descriptive inaccuracies concerning gradient, the route was actually beautiful and perfectly shaded by the jungle canopy. At the top of the mountain bemused monkeys watched wairily as we pedalled past to a blissful, ...