Sri Ratih Cottages
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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After a LONG flight last night, and a LOT of crying babies, I arrived at the Denpasar Airport.
i was one happy girl as I exited customs, and saw a smiling face holding a sign that said my name.
My driver's name was Mada. He was really nice, and drive me the hour and 20 minute drive to Bali.
the roads here are tiny and winding …
... Dad) both dressed up in traditional Balinese garb.
To see two beautiful people married in a stunning setting with so many wonderful friends & family attending really was worth all the effort.
We attended the after 'pool' party held at Simon & Stacey's first resort 'Svarka Loka' which saw a few sore heads arrive and enjoy the pool. We had some drinks and food and then said goodbyes to new friends and some old as the wedding week officially come to an end.....
... way to the centre of senggigi for just 60000, it had aircon and comfy big seats and it was safe and clean and amazing !!! It happened to be a school class from Jakarta on a school trip and there we were on the bus! Once we got to Senggigi (which was such a quick journey compared to the half broken down public bus on the way there) the man offered us a room at his mums hostel which would only cost us 5 pounds a night, including breakfast and was ...
... lake but it was surrounded by "temple-ground" (like small sculptures, gates, flowers etc.) which isn't too strange I guess but you just don't see it in the pictures. After this it was only 20 minutes to the waterfalls at Git Git, which were also really nice but quite hard to top all we've seen at New Zealand.
The next day we were picked up by the von ruetis and we went straight from Ubud to Tanah lot, my favourite temple in all of bali, if not ...
... Bali and you can kind of see why - lots of organic, and vegetarian (gulp) restaurants here, that we had to try as many as possible - and found a couple of good ones - such as Warung Wayan. Nasi Campor is King there, with rice, chicken 3 ways, tofus and veg, pickles etc. Miam! obviously had to visit the famous Monkey Forest temple too ... monkeyed out now. We also decided to take in an evening of Barong dancing at ...