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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... are booking in here asap! Joe even got to try the gong at the front door which he was very excited about.
Then it was onto Jimbaran Bay which is famous for its exquisite seafood – Tika pulled the taxi into the restaurant (never seen that before) then we were escorted down to the beach where we got a fabulous table looking over to the Southern cliffs and the airport in the distance – there was a big lightning storm over the ocean but luckily ...
... was a lot stronger making it so difficult to swim back out to try and catch waves. Although not necessarily beginner waves, making them a lot more difficult to catch the few that we did manage to catch were great fun and made it more rewarding. Absolutely shattered afterwards we took the rest of the day and evening to chill out before a 4am wake up call (for me and Nik at least) to go watch the World Cup final before we caught a boat to our next destination The Gili ...
Had our breakfast then went and sat by the pool to read. I did my "aquarobics" and had a well-deserved coffee after :)) Got a taxi to Mal Galleria and just had a wander about... Went to Body Shop and Mata Hari and had a delicious Chinese for lunch. Caught taxi back and just crashed .... Small siesta later!!! Walked to DVD store and got a few things ...
... sun but being shaded at the same time. I spent about what felt like a whole day in the lounge but was only half an hour. I went out in the water again and went for a deep swim, I followed a fish for a little but then swam back to shore. I pack all my stuff and started to walk back to my resort and finally got there after stopping a few times window shopping. When I got back to my resort I went to my room and had a shower had a tea and went to bed. Today was really ...
... group of islands or an archipelago, around 17,500, and has hundreds of distinct ethnic groups with different languages. It has been a major trade region throughout history and has been occupied by and influenced by many other nations as well as a site of battles between other nations fighting over the spice route, Asian and European countries have had a go here. The Dutch occupied Indonesia for 300 years, not that you would know it, there are no signs at all, Jimmy our guide said no ...