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
... and head to the beach areas for a cold drink and ice cream. As we drove a different route down the mountainside, we saw many more temples, carvings, souvenir shops and galleries. We stopped at three different beach areas to compare the areas, but no ice cream. One beach, my niece’s favorite was so overrun by motorbikes that navigating the walkway on the scooter was dangerous. We stopped at 7-11 for ice cream and headed ...
... bars and hotels and it is very shabby chic and colourful. The hotel we had planned to stay in was booked for tonight only so we will check in there tomorrow. We decided to stay next door today in a little beach hut with an outdoor bathroom. It was more expensive than we are used to at £30 a night but is well worth the money. You arrive with a huge white four post bed with a flower decoration ready for you. We spent the rest of the ...
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 ...
... everywhere and today we approached the market from a side road lined with shops selling various wooden carved souvenirs, some of which were truly beautiful. However, with no space in our backpacks and having read that the artwork was the main attraction, we made a beeline for the market hall which had come into view up ahead.
Stairs leading up to the second floor were lined with a variety of artworks but we were distracted by a stall selling fresh coconuts. ...
... bracelets, necklaces. So adorned, the child touches the ground for the first time in her/ his life. The ceremony itself takes roughly 3 days. The men of the community started to gather the evening before the ceremony, and worked until the wee hours of the morning to ready the home and temple for an influx of visitors for the ceremony. Cooking a suckling pig, readying the duck and rooster for sacrifice, robing all statues in traditional sarongs along with the making ...