Parigata Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Jody: A lazy day required after the full-on sightseeing of yesterday. We packed our bag and got the hotel shuttle to its private beach club (could have walked to it in 7minutes but hadn't realised so close! ) Found some chairs and brollies right by sea and settled down for the morning. A very hot day so in and out of he sea, walking out to a man - …
... wie weet tot een volgende reis! Liefs Bob, Margreet en Esther Hello everybody, This will be our 7th and last blog of our 5 week journey over 4 of the 17.508 (according to Wikipedia) islands of Indonesia. But before we say good bye to you, first a bit more about our last week in Indonesia. Our last 2 stops on Java were the Bromo vulcano and Kalibaru. The Bromo is best known for its sunrise. You view the sunrise from a viewing point opposite of the vulcano. But to ...
... I think I might be a convert, I enjoyed a couple of the fruit teas and loved the ginseng coffee and vanilla coffee. Next stop was to the south coast of Bali to the Uluwatu Temple and to watch a traditional dance show during sunset on the grounds. The area was so picturesque and was at the edge of huge cliffs so we got some really good views! The show started at 6pm so we got there a bit early to get good seats to see the sunset ...
... well and we both managed to stand up almost every time! Nikki stood up and made it all the way to the shore on her first go. Show off. It was great fun, and getting blasted in the face by waves over and over really cleans out your sinuses..
On our 4th day, we all decided to go white water rafting! We drove about an hour away, north east, stopping half way at a coffee plantation. We didn't know this was included, but we got to try 8 ...
... br> One of the must-see sights I'd read about was the Turtle Conservation Education Centre (TCEC) on Serangan island. This is not to be confused with Turtle Island which, from what I've read I understand to be nothing more than a petting zoo. TCEC is a WWF initiative which was established by Mr Dewa Barata, Governor of Bali, in 2006. The aim of this programme is to expunge illegal turtle trading from Balinese culture through education and ...