Wina Holiday Villa Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We hired a chauffeur driven car to take us to see the volcanoes, the World Heritage Rice Fields, and other places of interest. We said that we didn't want to visit temples this time as we've seen them many times before. We also avoided the dance show that was offered as we've seen that a few times too!
First stop was at the Hidden …
at 02:15 am! We were warmly welcomed and quickly checked in and in bed soon after 02:35. Slept well but woke about 07:30, possibly due to chanting and ting tang music from the neighbouring mosque!
After breakfast we found a local Mini Mart and bought some essential water and soft drinks. Spent the rest of the day on a subbed on the beach. …
... stone carvings. Secondly there are the small trays made of leaves holding flowers and burning sticks of incense which are placed fresh outside on the street everyday. Thirdly there are the people who are warm, friendly and very welcoming. Our hotel had a pool lined with palm trees which we dozed by, catching up on the sleep we had lost on the plane. Oooh it was lovely. Once the sun has sunk ...
Leaving Sumatra was such a bitter feeling; we got all the adventure we desired there, ending with a relaxing, serene stay on the beautiful Lake Toba. We got everything we wanted and more out of our EcoTravel tour - I highly recommend it to anyone. We flew domestic to Jakarta, stayed overnight in the airport then flew on to Lombok early in the morning. We arrived to a beautifully sunny day, and we immediately soaked in the overall feeling of the island on our cab to ...
... or chill at the infinity pool and watch the sunset, before heading back for the evening activities. The conference venue was a 10-minute walk along a windy road, but I opted for a moped - when in Rome! I took it very slowly and have survived to tell the tale. I managed to avoid the dogs that routinely lie in the road, and stray Cockerels. I really liked the vibe of Balinese culture; it was really interesting talking to some of the ...