Royal Resorts: Royal Bali Beach Club At Candidasa
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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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... is Bali’s largest and most important place of worship. We parked in a large parking lot at the bottom of the hill leading to the entrance to the temple. Ketut had warned us not to over pay our “donation” to enter the temple. Instead of a fixed fee the men hosting tourists have a log book which includes the visitor’s nationality and donation amount. It is hard to say if they “cook” the donation log but in our case we “donated” ...
... valley it was the best thing that I saw that gave me the 'wow' factor. I do not know if my description does this any justice but you will see what I mean by the photo's.
After spending an hour gazing at the 'Water Palace' we headed off to the "Secret Beach" (Pasir Putih or Perasi Beach) which both Jules and I gathered was not such 'a secret'..lol. After paying a small entrance fee we headed down a really rough road which did my back no good at all and sure enough as ...
... down to the sea.
But Mt Agung has been dormant since then and once again the holiest temple of Besakih built half way up the mountain is a safe place to visit - if you can climb the hundreds of steps and overlook the number of hassling 'souvenir' sellers I've been told.
So back to Bali Asli. And when I mentioned before that it looks over ricefields to Mt Agung, it really is out-of-the-way. You follow tiny winding streets for a ...
... ended on a huge high. Landed safely in Kuala Lumpar:):) was met at the gate by a man from the hotel who took me through first class passport control and straight to my room by buggy:) quickest service ever and wow what a hotel:) I felt like a princess in my room:):) I could even control the lights and everything from a screen beside my bed:) so cool:):) I felt like I was in a james bond movie ...
... NZ. We hope they come and stay.
Putu dropped us off at Denpasar airport where we said our goodbyes to a great friend. Our flight was late that night Friday 24th January, getting to NZ a day later on the 25th, with a layover in Brisbane early in the morning. This was a bitter sweet place to be sitting waiting. We had connecting flight through to Wellington, so being transfer passengers we weren't allowed out through customs ...