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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... The kids enjoyed swimming in the rain! Tonight Andrew had just dozed off and I'm writing this blog when an almighty bang happened. I thought something had fallen on the roof. Then there was a second bang; I thought maybe a gas bottle had gone off! After the third one we realized it was fireworks. I think they were from Batu Karang but they could have been further around. They went for about 5 minutes and then we heard cheers and it was all ...
Well we just said it, even Stourbridge and Uttoxeter are intense compared to this. I'm sat on private beach club sun lounger in Nusa Dua on the east cost of Bali. Here's how we got here! We left Hong Kong on a high but also looking forward to Malaysia and Indonesia where we knew more English would be spoken and we would be able to tell if we were ordering chicken organs or chicken breast which was a comforting thought! Our quite bumpy Malaysian airlines flight left mid ...
... bombings in 2005. The beach front Warung have well recovered and offer candle lit tables on the sand. It's famous for fresh fish, although it's expensive. It escapes most of the frenzied scene of Kuta and we arrived to a mostly deserted beach, grabbed a beanbag, coconut and some shade. Despite being on the verge of low season it's around 27 C everyday and the skies are blue. Next stop, Singapore. Phil (Kampot) has sent us a list of things that are free, or very nearly. We'll need it. ...
... Breakfast I waited till 12:30am I walked out to the Blue cross Across the road as I walked in the room she greeted me with a bag with gloves and an a t-shirt. After an intro on what we will be doing we went out walking the streets on Kuta finding lost dogs feeding then and bringing them in to the Blue Cross for help and medical treatment. After the whole day helping out the dogs of ...
... a tiny Warung in the middle of no where and everyone comes out to greet you. You need directions and they are so eager to help, and it is literally everyone. Teenage lads that at home are moody and temperamental and aggressive (although I am not painting them all with this brush!) are happy and gentle and kind. It really does have me questioning if this is something I would want to practice loosely in my own inner self as it is so close to how I have been feeling lately. I have changed ...