Taman Agung Hotel
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... br> As we head north you can watch the scenery shift down a few gears from bustling frantic city to a slower, less traveled tourist hot spot. There are a ton of stone carving stands on the side of the road flashing Buda’s, juggling elephants, large phalluses, and protecting winged dragons, many as big as a double-wide door. I wonder how much these massive things would cost to ship ½ way across the world.
... are coming back for supplies like gin and beer and the other essentials). We only got asked 50 times if we needed transport by the men in the streets and 49 times if we need a massage by the girls outside their shops. Rasta, rasta, Bob bloody Marley, no women no Cry, massage, transport, nice hair, hey rasta lady need taxi, rasta man I like your style.
Dinner in a eco friendly place called Kafe, beers and bed to listen to the rain outside. Tomorrow the monkey ...
... flat land, hundreds of years ago the farmers built terraces into the side of the mountains to grow rice. They are beautiful. We moved on to the Temple of the Holy Water, which is a Hindu temple outside of Ubud. Like everywhere else in Bali, the Temple has several structures with roofs, but no walls. Many of the features in the temple showcase water and fountains that are fed naturally through an underground spring. This particular morning there was a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaman Agung Hotel Sanur
The room had an en-suite, tv, air conditioning unit, balcony and quick access to restaurant, pool and front desk. The included breakfast was amazing! Especially the Balinese tea, and was a short walk to the beach, loved it!
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