Nirwana Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNirwana Resort and Spa Candidasa
Lovely place with great food and lovely bungalows.
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10 am pickup. Drove by Water sports at Benoa and the 5 star Nusa Dua hotels. Headed for kintamani on the new and very impressive Nusa Dua expressway. Very scenic countryside and beautiful architecture and art (stone, wood, silver ). Roads are narrow and congested - arrivedat kintamani ...
... all good & birds happily tweeting.
Aunty Carol, yes blondes have more fun, remember how many times you've done the blonde thing, it's definitely all fun.
Macmasters Beach Crew, how are you guys, life back to normal I'm sure.
Shaz & Rob, we have Bali in our veins now with coming here a couple of times, and we haven't even touched the surface of this amazing place we know you guys have enjoyed often.
Michelle & ...
... a nest....pulling all the string from the palm trees with all his might until he gets it into a ball and then places it in his mouth.
So cute, so clever.
I chat to the couple that are at our hotel for 7 months.
They are from Holland and come here for 7 months every year, they are retired......lucky them :) I wonder though about the fact that this would not leave them time to go anywhere else......hmmmm I love seeing new places so whilst ...
... for another celebration of pizza at Umah's and what better opportunity to show Hannah and Nijls what the hell we were talking about for so long!
Although I had the cold to beat all known colds nothing could dissuade me from my Umah Calzone! I've been preaching about feeding a cold, so now was the time to practise what I've been preaching...
Our stay in Ubud is brief and tomorrow ...
... purchases that day, he’d be happy to lend a hand.
After that we headed to a small coffee plantation where we got to sample various coffees We all tried a cup of the famous Luwak coffee. The Luwak is a small creature (also known a the Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus)) which eats the coffee fruits and excretes them. The coffee beans come out in poo undigested and are collected and processed. The unique taste ...