Cleopatra Beach Bungalows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... thought we wouldn't find the waterfalls without them and smirked as we stomped willfully off.
My anxiety started to flare up as we descended a few hundred steps (no exaggerations). I had flashbacks to my mountain meltdown and made a pact with myself that I would not let history repeat itself. We got down the steps and scrambled over rocks, crossed rivers and generally acted like children playing explorer. We took off our shoes and climbed barefoot over rocks to ...
... we were supposed to go to Kuta Square after we check in so the next day will only be alloted for surfing and Uluwatu sunset tour. However since we arrived really late and worn out the most we did was just to freshen up and hit the sack right away. We even skipped dinner.
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... for, Arlan asked if we wanted to head to the coffee plantation, where we can taste the most expensive coffee in the world - Kopi Luwak. We readily agreed to do so. This coffee plantation is rather small and was rather inconspicuous. I had half suspected this is one of the tourist places, where they entertain tourists to earn their foreign money. Nonetheless, no harm us taking a look. As we were walking through the plantation towards a hut where we tasted some of the beverages that ...
... hose isn't even long enough to reach shoulder height so we have to kneel down in the bath to shower our top half and hair. It makes us laugh. Wayan, the owner, bought us a wonderful breakfast of fruit, omelette, banana toast ( Kepal) and tea at around 08:30 hrs, which we ate on the verandah outside of our room. Whilst not quite the view I had anticipated from the description on the website '...... Bungalow is nestled in ...
... carved thrones adorned with a poleng (black and white checkered cloth) and a tedung (bright red/gold) umbrella sticking out. These are all adorned with canang sari. These are little palm leave woven pouches filled with offerings of rice, flowers, smatterings of food, incense and usually a cigarette on top.. then anything else you think may please the gods. Today we saw one with a dead bird in it.... so it's ...