Bali Paradise Hotel Boutique Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Danu temple which we had missed out on a few days before. It was neat because it was built on a lake and was made up of two small islands, each with a shrine. It was amazing how many tourists there were compared to others we had visited. You couldn’t visit the temples at this spot either, but they looked lovely out on the lake. We were glad it was a bit cooler that day because we saw swan-like paddle boats for rent which might have ruined the view had ...
... wir der Stadt kamen. Aufgrund der Witterungsänderung mussten wir uns dann kurzfristig dazu entschließen, den Rücktritt anzutreten. Nach einigen Kilometern ging leichtes nieseln in schütten über. Dank der kurz zuvor gekauften Regencapes hatten wir eine sehr lustige und dennoch leicht feuchte Rückfahrt. Als wir einen Tag später eine größere Tour bis an die Nordküste gestartet haben, war unser Equipment den unterschiedlichen Witterungen besser angepasst. ...
... around the corner. There were several times the three of us said a small prayer as water was pouring into our small dug out wooden boat. Mooring just in front of the very large and old tree. They don't hang the dead in the trees anymore. The villagers place the deceased beneath a 'v' frame constructed out of cane beneath the tree. The aromatic qualities of the tree remove the stench of rotting bodies and the bodies are clearly visible through the frames ...
... areas without a guide (note: you do not need a guide), or they demanded entry fees. Even the women at the parking lot selling sarongs (some for $20 usd) were over the top and almost rude.
We walked through the temple in about 90 minutes, and were ushered out by the bad weather. If you do this, hire an english speaking guide to take you through before you get to Besakih.
Next stop: lunch. All you can eat buffet looking ...
... The mask stays around your neck if not on your face!) Nice free dive by Jill recovered a lost part of Simon's mask. And Ari is the star of the show today - his first two open water dives!
Hmmmm, what else? Yoga on the lawn. And the kids slept the night through! Now if only the adults could . . .