The Sungu Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... about an hour and a half to reach the bottom and it was just a great feeling. Climbing a volcano in the dark has to be one of the coolest things I have ever done and I'm sure I will never forget it. We got home at about 11 and had to have a very quick breakfast and shower before changing to go to a cremation ceremony in the village. It might seem strange that we were invited to go and watch a cremation, but it was unlike anything I have ever ...
... back up to the villa wasn't too pleasant though, 20 minutes up hill in the intense heat was a very hot and sweaty affaire... But I've been complaining about my lack if exercise so I made the most of it :) In the evening we went to Seminyak to an amazing bar/club that was like a rabbit warren, and covered in so much stuff like old TVs, books, instruments and records. It was everywhere and I could have spent all night just walking around and looking at it all! It ...
... reading this may be interested to learn that this is one of the places that Julia Roberts visited in her movie Eat Love Pray. K has already downloaded it from iTunes, and is hoping to watch the movie whilst we are here.
Ubud is in central Bali, and having spent a week at the beach, we thought it a good idea to venture in land to see the real Bali. It is very humid, the mornings ...
... a clue as to what you want. I find I shake my head "yes" too!
The people in Thailand are mostly buddist and in Bali, it's Hindu. But, not the same practices as in India...there's a difference.
The morning blessings are done in specific areas of a house and the prayers are dedicated to deceased members of the family, for happiness, for health, etc. etc. We get blessed with water and flowers each morning.
... a relief of various menacing creatures and demons carved into the main stone entrance resembling a mouth. Also unearthed following the discovery of the Elephant cave was a bathing temple. Personally aside from the demon carvings this was more impressive to me. The stone ladies carved out of the walls feeding the baths with flowing water still today was something to be seen. After I walked the grounds it was back on my guides bike and off to the next ...