Casa Padma Hotel & Suites
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... eased back into our skills, the next dive was to take us a bit deeper across a lagoon, where the boat would meet us. The first point of interest was a small sunken boat! I had never done a wreck dive ( not calling this a wreck but... ), so it was very cool to float along side this lovely little vessel. I'd forgotten how serene and otherworldly it is to just float weightless underwater, temporarily sharing existence with the tropical ...
Comprises 25 units and is built on 7500 m2 of natural hilly land, the resort is connected by both raised and horizontal walkways. It is divided into 4 (four) types. Those are Mavwa Room, Neima Room, Adna Suite, and Varda (Family) Suite equipped with wide array of amenities. Besides bringing the concept of “fresh and healthy”, Svarga Resort also commits to ...
... of little shops and stalls that sell ****, clothes and fake stuff and all shouted as us: "yes, shopping!!" If I wanted to go shopping I would come into your shop even without you shouting at me. At a stretch of 50 metres we heard this 50 times which is at least 49 times too often. One could not even walk two metres in peace as every single taxi diver honked at us, looking for a fare. Legian was instantly annoying us and we felt stressed out. Additionally, ...
... dinner and drinks. It's basically FULL of Aussies, assumingly all from Darwin or WA. Order some dinner and drinks just in time for the band to start playing!! So funny, the Bali accents singing all your favorite songs. Crazy old toothless man and serious face lady dance up a storm before he takes the mic and sings for us. Then serious dancers arrive on the d-floor... Stepping on salt before they dance and all!! Crazy drink ...
We hired a driver by the name of Wyanan Dollar. Not sure if Dollar is his last name or not. Either way he drove us to the bank to exchange out USD into Indonesian money. After that was done he dropped us off by the central market in Ubud. Here you can get anything from baskets to purses to ceramics to clothing. We ended up bargaining with one woman and got dresses and with another sarongs. They actually ask you how much you want to pay then try ...