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TravelPod Member ReviewsPuri Madawi Seminyak
This little gem is just a short walk to the beach, Potato Head Beach Club, KuDeTa, W Bali and the surf spots of Berawa, Canggu, Echo Beach, Old Mans and in the other direction seminyak, Kuta and plenty of little beach breaks in between.
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... you can't really walk anywhere due to the crazy death roads (the drivers here are mental) along with some self-indulgent pampering including £3 pedicures! After filling the days with opulent spa sessions and lounging by the hotel pool, the evenings found us sipping cocktails whilst watching the sunset and humming along to live music covers from the comfort of beanbags on the beach. What a blissful life we have come to occupy! Our princess escapades do not stop there, ...
... to make paint that we would use to paint our own Green Camp shopping bags. We started with some red flower petals and ground them up. We then squeezed the liquid from them through a cloth - I could not believe how much liquid wrung out. Ditto with green leaves. Charcoal from the fire created black. Peeled turmeric was yellow. Simply adding the whites from an egg and we had all created paint to use. Really cool. Christine and Caleb did a collaborative piece ...
... They could tell I was overwhelmed about my situation and calmed me down.
They sent down a surgeon for a consult just to make sure. In the end he did agree it was a secondary infection and was very happy that it was still localized. He just wanted to do much stronger course of medicine. So he provided me an IV drip of antibiotics, anti inflammatory and pain killers. They cleaned the would properly and asked that I come back in the morning for a second ...
... with gold and which glisten as the sun rises.
The temple marks the next uphill segment, a steep hill, trapped between two (sacred) rivers. Luckily it is paved, mainly, except where the path has become overgrown with vegetation and a new path formed in the mud by people walking around it. It's tiring, and despite doing it when it's cooler the sun quickly rises and takes hold.
Eventually, as we near the top of the hill we ...
... coffee flavor. These were the first desserts we’ve had all week – but gee we certainly finished with a bang! This was by far our most expensive meal – very expensive by Balinese standards and worked out around $85 each – but that included our earlier cocktails and several glasses of wine – which is very expensive in Bali. But in our view it was very well worth it.
So home to our little Villa and the usual night time routine. Big ...