Sanctuario Luxury Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... with restaurants. There weren't as many people swimming in the sea as there had been in Kuta. The waves can only be found offshore along the reef but swimming or surfing out there is prohibited as it is extremely dangerous and the coral is protected. When the tide is out, the water is shallow and therefore not the ideal place for swimmers. The beach itself is clean with lovely golden sand, perfect for sunbathing or overlooking whilst enjoying a ...
... stars washing up on the shore, glowing as we ran over them, the stars clear up above. It was a truly magical and wonderful evening.
Interesting thing about Bali is that ****** homegrown weed sells for $25 a gram, while magic mushrooms are legal, sold in a regular street shop for $5 a gram. Then there is ...
... actually pleased that we had such bad conditions on that second day. Although we didn't see any fishes, we did prove to ourselves that we can complete all the necessary skills in very challenging conditions. I am so proud of myself and Charlie for sticking with it despite our fears and becoming thuper therious thcuba diverths.
Who knows where I will dive in the future but I hope it is soon and I hope it with the best buddy ever, Charlie Allan.
... had some cringy jokes. We learnt about: setting up the equipment; equalising the ears; recovering your respirator; emptying your googles; running out of air; visibility; current; getting in the water; helping a tried buddy; buoyancy; swimming techniques; pressure; nitrogen levels; depths and so much more. It was an intense morning. Before I started the theory I thought it would be easy but there was actually some challenging stuff. There was one mathsie section ...
My favorites had to be Gunung Kawi and Batukaru. Some temples have bathing pools that spout crystal-clear water from adjoining springs. The temple Titra Empul is most famous for this and as a result, the waters are crowded with sweaty white people. The pool at Gunung Kawi was pristine.
Alone, I slip into the water and coy fish ripple outward. I dip my head under ...