Hotel Puri Rai
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... dessert black rice pudding. We needed a few things for our short stay in the villa in Ubud so we stopped at the supermarket and got a few things. Wayan picked us up at the supermarket then we went to meet his family at his home. Everyone was very nice and his wife and daughter are beautiful. After our visit with them we got dropped off at the villa to relax and ...
... Therefore this cave is named by Gua Lawah/Bat Cave. Above the cave lots of flower trees grows with a fragrance smell and stimulates the peace mind of Danghyang Nirartha, so that he stays for some nights in this place. From the cave you can also see the beautiful coast with the blue ocean and Nusa Penida Island.
The cave is part of a temple that is said to lead all the way to Besakih which is about 30 km away.
... now divides her time between her house in Padangbai, and teaching mime in France. Charlotte and another French woman, Joanna, also an actress/performer, were spending 3-6 hours per day for a fortnight being trained by Elisabeth. Through her connections I stayed in a beautiful bungalow a few steps down the hill from Elisabeth's house, and this became my base for the next 10 days.
The ladies were off to a performance that night and invited me along, so our driver took us ...
... this is still quite warm, it is certainly a colder day in paradise; all the locals were wearing beanies! I am not quite sure it was that cool!
I ended up arriving at Padangbai at around 2pm, only about 3 hours after my estimated time of arrival... but as a man of leisure these days, not a big deal. The boats that they use are a little bit amusing, in so far, as they want them to run fast. So they essentially just keep strapping more and more ...
... main beaches in here: the central one, where it is not very good for sunbathing or swimming really, cause there's a lot of boats and people. There's the Blue Lagoon Beach (looking to the sea, you walk to the left along the beach road, go uphills and then go down on the stairs. You can follow the signs or just ask to the locals), it is a very nice and tiny beach, it is like hidden from the rest of the world, but sometimes it can get very crowded. I didn't ...
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