COMO Shambhala Estate
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
Travel Blogs from Payangan
... business. We saw the poor Luwak (civet) responsible for pooping out the coffee beans to make the very expensive Kopi Luwak that we of course tasted, and I bought - IDR145,000 for a tiny bag. Next we drove to Git Git waterfall, apparently Bali's most beautiful waterfall, unless you visit one of Bali's other most beautiful waterfalls. Then to a cafe for a pretty decent lunch.
... road from the hotel, partly because it was easy if Nengah turned up early and also because they had 'Crispy Dack' not having tried Dack before we thought we'd give it a go. Big mistake. Liek they say go to the popular restaurants not the empty ones. The meal took ages I think they had to catch the dack, but at least it gave them time to to send someone out to buy a bottle of wine. Unfortunately it had never seen a fridge and an icebucket was ...
FRIDAY 2ND MAY, 2014
I was in the deepest sleep. I woke up to the sun shining as bright as possible through a slight gap in the curtains. I felt lost, I didn't know where I was until I remembered; I was in a beautiful Bali resort, resting in paradise. I rubbed the sleep from my eyes and stretched my arms above my head before swinging my legs out from the bed and resting my feet on the soft carpet. I showered, brushed my teeth and dressed before leaving the resort in my hire ...
... royalty currently reside so this may well be an explanation as to why so many parts of it are closed off, and in fact only a courtyard is open. At least it was free to enter!
We then had a somewhat mediocre meal at a warung. The meal all together cost just over a $3 a head so once can’t complain but it’s needless to say we were not satisfied.
So not the best of days, but they do say don’t except too much in Bali!
FHJ X ...
... which somehow became a popular hangout spot. Bobby also has some villas for rent so I knew it would be a good place to start.
I hopped out of the cab and the driver helped me lug my things to the market stairs where I found a few local Outer Bankers, one of which I was in charge of delivering a few items to from home. Another friend from home, Rachel, was making her way down the road so I grabbed some dinner with her. I booked a room at Bobby's, some rain moved ...