Puri Bagus Candidasa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... denim shorts and then met up with our guide. Although, when I asked him if he was a guide he said no. Maybe he was just a random lad looking for some money. Either way he was nice so we followed him and his music on loudspeaker on our way to the two tier waterfall. He took us a back way that he knew which meant we avoided paying entrance and also gave us a much more scenic route following the stream running down from the waterfall into the town. Along the way we ...
... our journey went without a hitch. And I learnt that I can climb a ladder on a moving boat with a baby in a sling! Once we alighted the boat and gathered luggage/children we were faced with the horses and their carriages, and drivers. One driver asked for 100,000 to our resort. I had NO idea how much things were meant to cost around here so suggested 20,000. We got it for 50 (I secretly felt like I'd won!). Each horse is fitted with loads of little bells to alert you ...
Not much to add to what the Lonely Planet has to say about this slightly odd beach resort. Built in the 1990's to lure tourists away from the south, they fooolishly used the coral (unthinkable now) to help make concrete (it's all in the lime you know), which has led to fiercer tides and the beach all got washed away! They are now trying to rebuild the coral and coastline, but the results are a long way off. This has resulted ...
... okay but we overlooked the beach. We explored the town and it looked like only a strip of restaurants and bars. The rain came down heavily but we both avoided getting wet by eating and drinking at every occasion. I truly believe this place will be big. Everything is owned by Aussies . We had a few drinks over looking the ocean and I ordered a Cheese pizza from room service it was a fairly relaxing ...
... to relax and take it easy. Nasi Goreng is a favourite meal. We saw a traditional cremation ceremony, or some of it at least ( it lasted over 9 hours) and played with the monkeys in the sacred forest. There were lots of Europeans in Ubud and to our surprise there was an eatery next to our homestay called 'Warung schnitzel', we didn't eat there. Next onto padang bai by bus on the east coast of Bali and as greatly anticipated 'back ...