Jamahal Private Resort & SPA
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... headed down to the beach bar for sunset drinks before moving on to the hotel's Italian restaurant Bella Cucina for dinner.
Wednesday 24th June:
The three of us went on the beach walk this morning before the usual swim and coffee by the pool. Another mum, up early swimming with her son, approached me to ask about Tom and where he was at school. She, like the mum from the day before, was impressed by how Tom was working so diligently during his ...
... the two water temples we were looking for. The main one is called Pura Tirta Empul. It had great statuary, lots of water, lots of tourists, and a few locals doing ritual Hindu bathing and praying. It was nice, but we had to "exit through the gift shop" which was a horrible 200 meters of a maze of stalls and touts. Yuck. It left us with a horrible impression. The people are low pressure but still, it's a drag to get hassled with stuff you ...
... beautiful sea views, sun bathing, surfing and lazing around in the sun are enjoyed.
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... Indonesians carried on though and went about business as usual. What a dedicated religion that is. Offerings, praying, chanting..we witnessed it all. It was pretty cool to have experienced that.
After the beach Charity picked me up on the scooter and dropped me at Uluwatu Temple. She suggested for me to walk through the place, partake in a traditional dance, and then end with watching the sunset. I did one out of the three mentioned. I meandered through the place and was just in awe ...
... in that queue for an hour and half. Obviously by the time we got through, the baggage carousels no longer listed our flight so we had no idea which carousel our bags would be on. After hunting down another member of staff we discovered they had been taken off and placed to the side. A couple of porters then took our bags to the other side of the room where we filled out a customs card...they then asked to paid US$10 for this favour...clearly they weren't going to ...