Komaneka at Bisma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in my head was Beatrix giving us her most common advice. Paul then said, "Just shake it off, Jenn." How would you like me to do that? Break into a Taylor Swift-esque dance and enjoy this sick beat? The monkey is now digging into the backpack, having easily opened the zipper. I wanted to explain to him that there was nothing in there for him, but I don't think he would listen to me. Okay, so now I am regretting my judgemental self back ...
... Bali, you might know from the movie Eat Pray Love. Ubud is all about yoga classes, spas and massages, and also a good place if you look for stylish restaurants and cafes that serve organic food. On my first day in Ubud I decided to have a typical-Ubud-wellness day with yoga, massage (there is no chance to spend one day in Ubud without being offered a "Masaaaas" at least 10 times), pool and Lemongrass-Ginger-Something-organic-dri nk. The next day ...
Today Maria & I joined the orientation group to visit the Holy Water Temple. We drove for about 40 minutes to the Temple and waited for the rest of the group to arrive. We each needed to be wearing a sarong, so anyone who didn't have one had to rent them. After we were all dressed properly and had left our things in the lockers, we did a short tour of the Temple. There is a natural spring under one area of the Temple and it makes a really beautiful water display in the center of ...
... to sit in the restaurant and enjoy our food, which was very delicious if I say so myself! The best satay and boiled vegetable salad we've had so far! Ohhhhh yes we spent the afternoon just chilling by the pool, catching some sun and relaxing. We went back to Bendi for dinner, as usual and had some more delicious food! Walking around Ubud in the evening is so lovely as relaxing because there is always lots to look at and people all around you no matter how late ...
... on stage to practice right along with them.
Following breakfast on day 2, we set out for the Kintamani Volcano area to visit the village of Trunyan, crossing Lake Batur by motorboat to get there. Trunyan is home to the Bali Aga ethnic group, known for their ancient ancestral rituals. Contrary to Balinese tradition, the people of Trunyan do not practice cremation, ...