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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... it all to myself :-) For the evening I thought i'd check out the number 1 place to eat on trip advisor called 3Three cafe. It was lovely I got a fresh salad which I'd been craving and coconut water to wash it down with. Unfortunately I then spent to evening with bali belly again :-( Asia does not agree with me. I'm Writing my list of English foods to be greeted with on touch down as we speak : Biscuits English tea A hearty roast dinner Pancakes (no ...
... take pictures to prove it!! But you can always google image it!! After rafting we then went to ubud market. It was quite repetitive walking around - flower hair grips, handbags, dresses and of course your standard willy shaped bottle opener!! We then headed for an early dinner and decided to get a pizza, as quite frankly we were a bit bored of rice and noodles (so English !!). We then got back to apartment early as we had an early start the next day 2AM!! ...
... that worked there would ask if you wanted to buy a picture and then they would coax the monkey to stay on you by giving them food. My guess is that the monkeys figured out that women were more likely to buy a picture, so they would get food. Anyway, it was fun to see all the monkeys, even if I did end up with monkey footprints on my white blouse.
Next on our itinerary was a photo stop at the twin mountain lakes of Buyan and Tamblingan. We ...
... we have written about separately. The trip was a good day out but the meal on the beach was really special.
We moved to Kuta Angel Luxury Living Hotel that weekend. Bryan was fed up with the Internet keep dropping off which was a shame because we had slept really well and liked Nakula a lot. The Internet here though was much better and faster and as Bryan has to keep on top of ...
... has been here for hundreds of years and is still farmed in the traditional way - all by hand. The only people we saw were older people too - all upwards of 60 years old and still working - still farming by hand. They won't give up the old ways for more modern ways of farming the rice which is a shame because all their children are off working in tourism or with computers and this will become a rare sight soo as there will be no one to take over when they go to the paddy fields in ...