Pita Maha Resort and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I'm glad he accidentally brought it on the trip) and confirm we were heading in the right direction. After lunch we headed back out onto the road. It turned out to be a quiet one lane road that took us down and back up the rainforest valley and though a beautiful village full of temples (see video). We stopped to check we were still heading in the right direction but unfortunately Google maps was no longer tracking us. We figured we would carry on a little longer and ...
... on her head to pull her hair so that was my sign to lock into 100% paranoia whilst walking around (not the most relaxing experience shall we say!) but we did manage to see into a small temple (the main one was closed to non-Hindu’s) and quietly observe.
We knew we were lucky to have witnessed such an important festival in Bali and in fact we ended up looking forward to ...
... then head on down to the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud. These cheeky creatures inhabit a sanctuary of three holy temples within a large jungle, basically a large playground of swinging branches and trees for the monkeys. The sanctuary is officially called Mandala Wisata Wanara Wana... aka. Monkey Forest! As you approach the entrance, there are already a few little fellas monkeying about and within 5 metres of entering, there are hanging just ...
... that which margined the footpath. This unseen concern was unsettling. I quickly found myself fighting the terrain to make progress, and the trail steepened to about a 35 degree incline, and approaching 40 degrees in stretches. It's here where I began to fight harder to make progress. At 1800 meters, about an hour and and 15 minutes later, we took a break. At this point, I was concerned. It appeared that footing would remain difficult. I ...
... the water right beside our boat. We next sailed to a nearby reef where we fed the fish by hand. Then, it was back for breakfast and a nap. Another day, we visited a traditional market very foreign to anything you'll find in North America, and fascinating in the products offered and the way business is transacted. Afterwards, we visited a nearby hot springs for a refreshing escape from the day's heat. On our final day up north, we enjoyed an intense tropical ...