Parigata Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... coffee's which was really good, for free! We got the option to try the famous Luwak coffee (also known as cat poo coffee), but we didn't partake. Its known as the most expensive coffee in the world, however it isn't actually from a cat, its from the Luwak, which is more like a ferret or weasel. Basically they eat coffee beans and then they make coffee out of the beans once they come out the other side and get cleaned. We already had tried it at a coffee ...
... on this trip so far. A dish of chopped squid mixed with Balinese spices, served with rice being a particularly memorable culinary delight.
A popular activity for tourists is to partake in a cooking class. The cost of these can be expensive so I had to search to find an affordable one for travellers on a budget. The restaurant, Manik Organik, offers a three hour class for 300,000IRP (£15) which was the cheapest option I could find. It ...
... Walking further along the beach road it did improve a little and we managed to find a cute little 2 storey bungalow for just £5 which was our cheapest accommodation by far in Indonesia. It was basic but quite clean and everything we needed it to be, it was possibly worth the visit just for that!
The strip on Padangbai was very small and took around 10 minutes to walk along so we soon got bored of walking around the ...
... es of backpacks. We got to the Marina Srikandi harbour point sweating and out of breathe so when the set of 2 American couples laughed at us we were not impressed. I really can't see what was funny, I don't see any of then lugging around a bag as heavy as a human child in this heat that's for sure. Whilst we waited for the boat the clever salesman targeted us in our tired vulnerable state and managed to sell Niomi and I a sarong and a bowl made of shells. Both of which we ...
... for the festivities.
Barongs, lion like creatures, (dancers), prance from temple to temple and village to village in celebration of the Galungan with the gods.
Galungan to the Balinese, is the most important holiday period as it symbolizes the victory of Dharma, or Virtue, upon Adharma, or all that is Evil.
The festivities are made extra special by the fitting of 'penjor' on the right side of the entrance to every house. A penjor is a ...