Pita Maha Resort and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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After a a 6 hour flight and our first experience of wifi on a plane, we touched down in Denpasar, Bali. We hung around the airport for a couple of hours to welcome in Nat who is accompanying us for the 2 weeks we have in Bali, on our wait we got our first taste of the local beer, Bintang. After we found Nat we headed out of the terminal for a taxi, absolute carnage, ...
Some shopping and a great three hour walk through the town. No doubt the word on Ubud is out as there were many more people here than when I was her two years ago.A little more relaxed and less chaotic and you can hear the many different accents of visitors as you walk around.
We have just returned from a wonderful relaxing Balinese massage at our hotel and gearing up for a few drinks and dinner and then we meet our tour ...
... t seen any curve in the road that would take us back in the direction Ubud. And I didn't get the impression from the family that this was a very long walk. We found a point to climb out of the forest path we were walking along which took us to the edge of more rice paddies. It was a beautiful view but in the not too far distance we could see the dark storm clouds approaching. Although Jonah doesn't mind it, I don't find getting rained on particularly ...
... the locals were shouting at him from the beach. I think those waves should definitely be left to the professionals...or stupid people only! The final day on Nusa Lembongan was Iryna's birthday, so Emma and Iryna went out to do some diving and snorkelling and Gia and I went to get a massage, before meeting back up and relaxing by the pool and taking stupid photos. In the evening, we went to a lovely beach resort for cocktails and dinner, whilst watching the sunset. The ...
... for a bit and done nothing but appreciate what was right outside our door rather than drive somewhere to find it, working on a bit of a tan, and relaxing. The sunsets as ever were lovely, you could watch the seaweed farmers collect their produce at low tide, normally working in the dark whilst you enjoyed a few beers and lovely ...