Nirwana Resort and Spa
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Lovely place with great food and lovely bungalows.
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... as well we’d skipped lunch.
G&T’s to start, as usual, and then dinner - skewers to start for Edd, myself and his mum and soup for his dad. We all ordered different main courses but had banana fritters for dessert. Delicious. We wanted to stay up and play trains, or do something interesting, but were all tired from the action-packed day, so it was la-la-land instead. Just as well as we had a 6.15am start the next day, so up with the birds for us.
... had recommended it to us.
On the beach, gorgeous view, gorgeous food and service. It happened to be their 4th anniversary.
Bellies full, we departed and had a quick browse through CD. This area actually reminded me a tiny bit of the Batu Ferringhi area of Penang. It was very hot though and quiet.
We headed for home and probably half way daughter and I dozed, waking up at Sanur.
There was a village that my friend Tina had told me about that is ...
... There are facilities in every village manufacturing and selling gray stone shrine parts as well as complete altars There are also carpenter shops constructing the wooden frame and roof of temple alters, It would appear selling religious symbols is big business in local village economies.
Ketut also showed us a palm that was being tapped for its sap to make palm wine and another plant that produces the dragon fruit. We had already acquired a taste for this rather ...
... local Balinese coffee as well as some tea. Jules had to excuse herself and go to the loo which was a squatting toilet. A squatting toilet is basically a hole in the ground with a small receptacle over it that you squat over and do your business. You then wash with a bucket of water and then your done, I am just glad I didn't need to poopy as I would never have managed that...lol.
As we were talking a small group of men wandered in in traditional Balinese clothing, ...
... 4) Goa Gajah, which is a significant Hindu archaeological site. Goa Gajah is locally known as the Elephant Cave because of its close proximity to the Elephant River. A mysterious cave, relics, and ancient bathing pools set amid green rice paddies and rainforest. During the day our driver also stopped off at a tea and coffee plantation for us as we are still looking to buy some Balinese herbal teas and special coffee to take home. We enjoyed all the free testers and then left ...