Diwangkara Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa Bali
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDiwangkara Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa Bali Sanur
Our room (with daily room service and bottled water free of charge) was immaculate. It had a TV and en-suite, and was 5 metres from the pool, and 10 metres from the beach! We thoroughly enjoyed the large breakfast spread! Including bread, croissants and danishes (with a toaster) and butter and spread, beans and noodles! Also a gym! Will thoroughly reccomend this hotel.
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... ski with an instructor. We sat in front and the guy reached over and steered and controlled the throttle. After 30 secs my guy handed over and let me blast it! Man those things can do fast. Cool! Chris got to do stupid tight turns and burn outs - her dream.
Home for lunch and a rest.
Tomorrow we fly to Bandung, an hour away and meet up with Tania and Roy. We stayed with them this time last year on our way home from Asia.
... Just sat and looked. No one got out - outraged at the holdup. No one abused anyone, no one threatened anyone....
Then gradually a few cars were let through by the traffic wardens, then some more and trickle led to a flow and eventually we arrived at the Indus - way after the sun went down.
So my friends never got to see the beauty of the spot, but the music - Salsa and latin beat, the food, and the general ambience was still worth it.
A lovely last meal in Ubud.
So the last few days have pretty much been spent partying all night and sleeping most of the day. We normally wake up by 12/1 and spend the afternoon chilling by the pool in our hotel or by the beach which is really close by. I've been more drunk every single night this week than ever before in my life and I can't begin to find the words to explain how much fun we've had and how much I've laughed! ...
... to take some photos. There are lots of great opportunities for photos here in Bali. The landscape in parts are beautiful given there are rice terraces, lakes, volcanoes, and mountains. From there, Made drove us to a small village called Munduk which is known for a waterfall, hiking, and peace and quiet. He literally drove us to Munduk, pulled over and said now we had seen Munduk if we want to return. Well, it turns out we will be returning to spend a night ...
... be doing that again sometime, although I just read that the best surfing place in Florida is also the shark bite capital of the world-yikes!
On that note, next stop –Cambodia, where I’ll be volunteering at Spitler School in Ang Chagn Village near Siem Reap. I’m actually looking forward to unpacking, settling in for a bit and doing something productive. The party’s over…for now. Bye Bali, you crazy island!