Bali Village Hotel
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... the elephant cave, an old temple used for meditation. Afterwards we headed to Tampak Siring, the Holy Springs temple. Both were breathtaking, surrounded by forest and both dated back more than 500 years. At the Holy Springs temple there was a ceremony going on, which meant that whilst part of the temple was closed, there was a lot of music and life at the temple. Our final stop of the day was Monkey Forest, to see, ...
... as they had to rebook flights due to the airport closure and just hoping travel insurance pays up! Not a bad place to be stranded though! We have a room right by the pool and just a few steps from the beach so just perfect! Hardest decision to make today is what to have for breakfast and should we swim, have massage, shop or lie by the pool and read. That's about it in ...
... away into pieces of work. Again, we browsed through the shop seeing the wonderful finished products. It was crazy what these workers could do with a hammer and chisel. It took our breath away. These workers definitely had some talent. We then drove to the sacred monkey forest sanctuary. A very sacred place amongst the Hindu people. With three temples and a load of monkeys swinging from the trees, we took a walk around the grounds. Its fair to say that we were abit nervous as ...
... is so much more to see away from the hustle and bustle of the coastal strip - but found the crazy traffic bit much this trip - and our driver Made, kept on saying how quiet it was - no tourists - could have fooled me. The people are amazing - all so friendly and helpful - but life must be such a struggle for them all - scraping a living to keep the family alive. When ...
... a friendly lady showed us pictures of her twins, six other children, and, like childhood parental efforts, chopped at my head like a first attempt. It was pay what it's worth, and it wasn't worth much. Her husband said I looked like a Police Officer, as if I do. There's still bitterness here following the bombings and he told us he thought Muslims were bad and Hindu Bali was more like the UK and Australia than the rest of Indonesia. We walked home under a partially ...