Rama Garden Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... same tuna dish as at Mama's. Both were nice but not as good as the food we have had and quite pricey. We were sitting at the front of the restaurant, looking out over the beach. A storm rolled in and before we knew it, a gale was blowing and rain pelting into the restaurant. All the waiters and waitresses came to life, moving cushions, tables and chairs and menus and rolled down the covers. Even halfway into the restaurant we were getting wet! Once it ...
... Pretty much the lady shows me how to use coconut tree leaves to make the little offerings that they use here. She also shows me how to make a few other things that are used for both ceremonies here and for decorations. It was mostly just me here for about an hour. We spend time talking as she shows me the different techniques. She actually learned how to do most of these by thanking used old decorations home and taking ...
... see what goes on. There are massive clouds everywhere and so dark and stormy. The wind picks up and it feels like we are in the middle of a tornado. We quickly mosey back to the hotel in the pouring rain. Well there goes today's plan!! We decide the only option we really have is to go to an indoor shopping place so we get a cab to discovery mall. It's only 31,000 for about a 15 minute trip. So cheap!!! Get to the mall (oh did I mention we have our ...
... plane and headed to KL. KL transition was smooth and the airport was quite lovely. Gardens all around and very open and modern. Tons of shopping. Since we missed our connector to Denpasar we were worried about getting a new flight but by the time we got off the plane in KL they already had our tickets to Denpasar so we didn't have to worry about that.
Our descend into Bali was breathtaking, beautiful water and ...
... the time comes to take off to go looking for food (normally at night).
Pursuant to the papyrus of Dwi Jendra Tattwa, the Gua Lawah's name is Gua Lelawah, the name which is given by Danghyang Nirartha (a priest overspread the Hindu teaching in Bali) when he stopped in this place on his Tirtha Yatra trips. He arrived at a cave where a lot of bats hang on and its unbroken voice clamors as a hymn to add the beauty of the ...