Nirwana Resort and Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNirwana Resort and Spa Candidasa
Lovely place with great food and lovely bungalows.
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Not surprisingly I woke up at 7am this morning feeling fresh - usually my hangovers don't kick in until late afternoon for some reason. It was actually a pretty **** day outside thankfully so after a decent greasy feed for breakfast, I just stretched out at the pool waiting for Varley to come out if his coma. I wasn't sure what room he was in and ...
... to choose a favourite event. We have done and seen so much, this has truly been a fantastic holiday.
Before we left Ubud we enjoyed a particularly cool restaurant, Havana. A Cuban style retro theme, with an old Cuban funky car parked out front.
On our journey from Ubud to Candidasa we returned back to the Elephant Park to share this amazing close up personal experience with Jai and Tiernan. For a tip extra slipped quietly to the ...
... have chosen.
As you probably know, Jamie and I met on our travels and we work ***********tinue this Gypsy lifestyle of sorts. Never satisfied to plant ourselves in any one place while ambitiously seeking the same for Cassidy. I want him to know a World far beyond his own back yard, to open his eyes to the fortune we share and understand the realities of those less fortunate. I want to see the ...
... night. I have also used it to boil/steam rice in. You can also place a selection of food for a small stir-fry.
Now why you would do this when most meals in Ubud cost $3? Depends on individual tastes and the need for a cup of coffee or tea whenever you need one.
You can buy this Electric Heating jug in the big Bintang Supermarket on Jalan Tjampuhan for .... $6!
I buy one each time I come here to make my very early ...
... there is nothing else in the cage.
Apparently there are now Civet farms where these animals are kept in cages in extremely cruel conditions and force-fed nothing but coffee beans.
I won't go on anymore about that... because the rest of the visit to the 'coffee plantation' was very interesting. We saw the coffee trees and the process of drying, roasting and pounding into the very fine powder that is Bali coffee. Then we were presented with a variety of teas and coffees to ...