Sanctuario Luxury Hotel & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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... an impressive volcano with a lake at its foot. We found out a few days later that the volcano is very often hidden behind clouds, so we were very lucky to have such a clear view of it. It would have been a perfect lunch stop had I not found a fly in my fried rice. Moving on from our lunch stop, our driver took us to walk around some rice terraces, which are so beautifully lush and green, but difficult to capture on ...
... at a very ancient Muslim tempke built in the 1500s. It is not allowed to wear shorts so fir a small donation tgey lend you a cloth wrap to wear to cover your legs. Women also cannot bare their shoulders and must cover them to show respect when visiting a temple.
Because of the heavy traffic I didn't get back till about 6pm. We were suppossed to had seen monkey forest and a Muslim temple on the water for sunset but ran out of time. In hind sight we maybe could ...
... in Hindu and is consider a good symbol that represent balance in all aspects of life. Once we checked in we immediately ditched our luggage and went to get a massage. The massages are about 7$ here! After that we had some curry and it was early to ...
... were able to get a park attendant to throw some rice at him (while he ate Rieko's nose pads from her glasses)...he dropped them and Dev grabbed them back...all covered in monkey slime....we guide Rieko back to the scooters and hit the road.
Another adventurous day...as our 3rd son Adan says "It is all part of the show!"....Kina and Dev were yet again killing themselves laughing....
... local guide who took us to his house and explained the different rooms and how they were used and the family temple. I was fascinated by the "cotton trees". Just like our cotton, but instead of shrubs low to the ground, these are big trees. Very interesting. From Tenganan, we continued down the coast road to our final destination, Sanur. Sanur is a beach town which is home to many expats and ...