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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Sasoon Candidasa
Could not expect anything better.
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... collect things for an afternoon of snorkelling. We got a 1 o'clock shuttle to the Village Centre and walked over to Mr Bellys boats that were moored near a man made pond filled with Lotuses. He met us and asked us to wait 10 minutes while he went and bought some water and bread (to feed the fish). Edd's mum was quite beside herself, as she was not sure she could make the trip to Blue Lagoon as the sea was quite rough because the wind had picked up. She took ...
... coffee, which is the most expensive coffee in the world! We tried coconut, vanilla, chocolate coffee. We also tried pure coco which was still nice but without the sweetness annabelle didn't like it much! We also had a load of different teas including ginger and lemongrass but the names of the others I can't remember, they were all very good though. The '****' coffee was actually delicious, it's nick named cat-poo-cuccino! They even made their own chocolate and annabelle ...
... people. A lot of Australians stay here and own time share slots (which the resort will try and sell to you but if you sit through the sales pitch you get a free weeks accommodation) so it was easy making new friends. One couple we met own 3 units here on time share but have 6 months ownership of them who we hit it off with and became good friends. They were traveling with another lovely lady who was 79 but had the energy of a 20 year old and we shared a few ...
We finally managed to extract ourselves from Gerupuk yesterday, Thursday night passing uneventfully with neither of us having any further maladies. We have spent an amazing four days there, well and truly looked after by the family that run the Homestay there. The "slow" ferry was true to its word this time round, and I did wonder if we were ever going to depart Lembar at one point-we were on board for 45 mins before we left. This time ...
... to be a kindergarten classroom where I would be teaching them basic concepts in English.
I hitched a ride at 8:30 am with a bunch of Frenchies who were also teaching English. We arrived at the 'school' where we'd be greeted by just a few kindergarteners. By few I mean 12 and by kindergarteners I mean ten year olds! The boys started kicking a ball around in this tiny ass room and the girls perched themselves on the floor with coloring books. I put ...