Puri Bagus Candidasa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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Today instead of visiting the waterfall we went to Malibu beach. It would be Wills last beach of the Asia adventure. The waterfall trip sounded great but the day trip was 9 hours long, including rice fields, cultural village, money forest and watching the sunset which we had already done for the last week in Bali so we decided to give it a miss. The morning was pretty relaxed, no rush, breakfast first then we would take a taxi ...
... of aromatherapy oil that we could choose from - Edd's mum chose a more citrusy fragrance while I stuck to flowers. We were then lead down to beautiful massage cabins that overlooked the ocean, where we were given netted underwear and dressing gowns to change into.
The ladies came back inside and started the massage by washing our feet with sea salt, lime and essential oils; we were then and asked to lay down on the 2 beds that were positioned ...
Today is the final day of our 3 day adventure of Rinjani, and appears to be the hardest yet. We are all woken up at 2am after yet another poor nights sleep, and now, still freezing cold from the winds and in pitch black, we arm ourselves with all our warm clothing and torches, before we head off for the summit half an hour later, over 1km in altitude to climb! The alleged three hour climb for sunrise can be broken ...
... get the joke needless to say...lol.
When we arrived at our accommodation in Candidasa my first impression was that it looked very nice and traditional Balinese styling (see photos). The Bali Palms resort is situated at the southern end of Candidasa township and it is right on the ocean. Being well positioned it was only a short walk into the main shopping areas or on hot days they had a shuttle which would run you up to the other end of town.
... family. We got chatting in the car and they were quite funny. Like a comedy double act sometimes as they pointed things of interest out to us. We saw a horse and cart and they started giggling "Lombok Ferrari" they announced. 'There's the cemetery" one said - "you can check in but you can't check out" they laughed at together. We saw a statue that they said was of a man holding a Gun dan belek - that's the large traditional island drum and many other things of interest along ...