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"Your chance to win a fabulous seven-night holiday in an idyllic location, worth more than £3,900, with Abercrombie & Kent Travel.

With more than 13,000 islands, Indonesia is the world's largest archipelago and Bali is one of the larger islands. A tropical haven with a relaxed pace, it has fine beaches, friendly people and a warm climate.

On Bali's southern tip lies the Four Seasons Resort overlooking Jimbaran Bay, with views of Mount Agung. The 147 luxurious villas are set in tropical gardens leading to the beach and are arranged to resemble small villages on the slopes of Bukit Permai 'the beautiful hill'. Guests can add extra spice to their stay with a gourmet adventure at the Cooking School, which offers instruction in the art of culinary entertainment, Balinese-style. With a dedicated chef on hand, here's your chance to acquire first-class dinner-party skills.

The prize includes:
· Two return flights to Bali from London Heathrow
· Seven nights accommodation for two, with four nights in a one-bedroom villa at Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay and three nights in a suite at Four Seasons Resort at Sayan, including transfers between the two resorts
· A cookery class at Jimbarans Cooking School and an hours Balinese massage for each person at The Spa, Four Seasons Resort at Sayan This prize should be taken before November 2005 (excluding August peak seasons, Christmas and New Year)

Closing date: January 31, 2005.

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Thanks for the link and the answer,

Johnnypanic
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Thanks for this.

Through all the awfulness of the disaster in Indonesia + every affected country, continuing the tourism is important to the people still living there.

I think it's good that companies will still promote holidays in the area.

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