Royal Resorts: Royal Bali Beach Club At Candidasa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Resorts: Royal Bali Beach Club At Candidasa
Friendly and attentive staff, small enough resort to be friendly with other guests, big enough to enjoy the luxuries. Food by chef Dewar was sublime, the Duck Feast we had was the best ever. Spa very good and being in east Bali is so much quieter and more rural, we all loved it.
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... win but decided on a suicide war, until death.. such a strong proud culture.. which still remains..
Local farmers/ villagers are unsurprisingly finding it hard to adapt to the booming economy... inflation is mad..its hard for traditional farmers to adapt and increasingly they are selling the family plots to make way for grand resorts.... suicide is a growing problem...
We stuff ...
... different, and then went to the 'White Sand Beach' which is a bit of a misnomer, as it should really be called the 'Grey Sand Beach' but I guess that wouldn't get so many tourists going to it - all in all it's a nice little bay with very strong waves so I got knocked for six whilst trying to get in and out, but as long as it brought a smile to a few faces then no problem. So we stayed a couple of nights in the area and decided to move ...
... quickly. It doesn't tick our boxes.
We then take a driver and set a price, to head to the factory surf outlets.....it's always impossible to get a taxi back from out there so its just worth taking a driver.
We go to our usual 3 and daughter gets a pair of Billabong pants, a volcom top, a pair of rip curl bikinis and a volcom dress for the grand total of $55.
You have to search but its always worth it for us.
We go back to Kuta ...
... for a short while into 2 boxes of donuts. Sugar fest!
After the usual 'high stakes brinkmanship' involved in negotiating any form of transport in Indonesia we were on a boat bumping over waves at high speed towards Lembongan. The water was choppy at the best of times and reinforced the Islands reputation as a place for surfing.
Lenbongan is popular with hoards of tourists but strangely manages to soak them up and maintain the air of a ...
... Barong dance show. The dance was interesting but the language barrier made most of us lose interest after about 30mins. We drove to a small hindu temple, Batuan Temple, afterwards, wandered for a bit and got some pictures. Growing up in a hindu household, it was interesting to see how religious depictions can vary drastically between different areas of the world. Afterwards we drove through the various little artisan villages. I've ...