Virgin Beach Resort
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There are no windows in this hotel room and that's probably for the best. I don't want to see anymore of what goes on out there. To cap it all we arrived here on a twelve hour overnight bus that had practically no suspension or air in the tyres making for the rockiest of rides. Sleep? You must be joking. We need to sleep now. Before we get up at 4am to get the hell out of here. But not before we've paid the ...
... take us to market. The whole area we covered, our house, school, all the family houses were within a radius of 400m. It was brilliant wandering around the village knowing where everyone lived. All the locals were so friendly and were making our holiday an amazing experience.
We arrived at the school to find the children practicing for their investiture. Raffy (assistant to the school director - not uncle) sat with us. I asked what he was doing today and ...
... it). After my training I found myself busy embracing the art of massage and body work, leaving myself on a self high after sessions, and others either energized or melting. Followed India was a meet up of a new found love in Malaysia and together back to Bali.
I’ve realized Bali especially Ubud is not a place of Zen, but a place of work and living for me. Many flee to the area to find spirituality, to feel the calm energy in the ...
... We returned past Intramuros and on to the museums adjoining Rizal Park. The Art Museum had little interest for us other than it's splendour. It is quite ironic that this immaculate building with spotless wooden floors, staff on every corner and a handful of patrons, overlooked a scruffy park that should be a highlight of any visit to Manila. The Museum of the Philippino People, was for us a far more ...
... and happy hour specials that enticed the thirsty folk. The island was small and could be walked around in a mere 45 min or so which made for limited activity inland. Most of our time was spent laying on the beach or hiding out undercover when the afternoon showers rolled in. The best option for dinner when the sun went down was by far the fresh BBQ along the beach. Each restaurant offered locally caught seafood (snapper, barracuda, jumbo prawns, parrot fish etc) along with ...