Nusa Dua Retreat and Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... dark to a temple where there is a big festival is taking place... consisting of preacher messages on a loud speaker, a huge open kitchen, live music , endless art made of plants, gambling (of course) and lots of sitting around talking...
We delved into deep discussion with locals about history of Bali, religion, culture and development.
When the Dutch first invaded the local kings knew ...
... and bars and without the heavily discounted outlet stores. This place was geared for western tourists and was horrible! We had a cursory glance around then decided to go out into ‘the real world’ to roam the local streets looking for a suitable local eatery for dinner.
Bali Collection is located within a large gated complex known as BTDC (it is operated by the state-owned Bali Tourism Development Corporation) containing 18 high ...
... very interesting, the music seemed a little strange, like no real tune?? But the actual dancing itself seemed similar to Thai dancing.
We then went on to the beach for the fire dance show. This was pretty cool also very similar to the Samoan fire dance show. After the show on the beach we had one more drink at the bar and then went to sleep.
Jeremy and Juanita
... our buddies but that only means we need to hire a scooter which Gav is desperate to do! We had to change rooms 2 times due to an ant infestation and poor air con but once we had settled in at Jaya Pub, we went to visit Ash and Apps hotel to speak with the staff and find out when they were to arrive. We spoke to a really helpful lady who told us ...
... the arrivals hall. I had the forethought to book a transfer to my hotel, for around $15 it seemed reasonable and I wouldn't need to try navigate the crazy taxi system. On leaving the arrivals hall I was amazed just how many touts and divers there were either holding up signs or trying to encourage you that you needed them to drive you somewhere. It was almost like being mobbed at a press conference, you walk out and there was literally hundreds of people ...