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- Refrigerator in room
- Kids pool
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... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8px; line-height: normal;">The massage was amazing...a steam room then cold plunge pool for start off, before the full-body Balinese massage, followed by a body scrub and a facial, then a soak in a warm milk bath then a head massage and hair treatment. I wandered out feeling like a luscious goddess!! I've never had such pampering. I even got a foot spa thing, which normally I would avoid like the plague, but ...
... meal. I remembered reading many years ago about a restaurant on the other side of the car park so we headed off to investigate. We found Mano. What a great little find. We had drinks on the lounges watching the sunset and then dinner which was delicious. We'll certainly be back!! PS Peter finally got home and his teeth look fantastic too. He had a marathon session today but looks well worth ...
... their many religious festivals called Galungan. During this festival, the streets are adorned with "penjor" made of bamboo, everyone wears their traditional white Balinese garb, and the Barong wanders from door to door cleansing the territory of evil influences. It's quite a sight.
Our next stop was a Batik silk painting workshop. We saw the entire Batik making process from the designing, waxing, coloring, and drying of the materials, but the most fascinating ...
... and opted for the pancakes. I sat chatting to a primary teacher from near Newcastle, who was over on holiday for a month and a keen surfer so had headed to the waters of the Bukit peninsula where the surf is apparently pretty decent. I sat for a while soaking up the calm in small collection of shelters, home stays and warungs with the steep cliffs rising behind and the waves clattering in against the reef below. Eventually I decided to move and headed ...
... We turned up at opening time, 11am, to nab a much-prized beach bed and proceeded to spend the day sipping Bintangs to reduce the financial damage, with the odd Cocktail, and swimming in the infinity pool overlooking the beach. There is no entry fee but there is a minimum spend of about 25 pounds for each group bed throughout the day... easily done with drinks and a delicious lunch... not even London prices! If you are heading to Bali anytime ...