Parigata Villas Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParigata Villas Resort Sanur
it was a perfect place to stay very nice people and a private pool!!!
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... Told her we wanted two foot reflexologies. She was alone so she poked her head in the door, presumably to ask the others when one of them would be done. This is when it got good. Apparently a while, as she closed the door and thought a second. Then she turned to an old guy who was eating ice cream and standing in front of the shop next door. She said a few words in Indonesian, the guy grunted. Then she turned to me and said "is a man okay?" ...
... er weer helemaal tiptop uitzag en 1 min lopen van een lekker strandje is met een prachtige zonsondergang. We hebben voor deze dagen een brommertje gehuurd om zo een beetje het eilandje rond te scheuren, Na het zien van een echt prachtige zonsondergang gaan we heerlijk eten bij 1 van de lokale top restaurantjes, waar ze goede wifi hadden zodat ik mijn laaste 2 blogs foto's kon schrijven en uploaden. Hoop dat jullie het leuk vinden om te lezen! Morgen ...
... the ride we came to a Hindu Temple. We couldn't go in because we didn't have an invitation. There were other strict rules listed on the board outside the temple. Be sure to stop and read them when you look at the photos. I took a photo of the green sign out front of the temple.
We rode past webs of huge spiders attached between trees as we were riding. The guide said they were harmless. He let those of us that wanted to play with them do so. Spiders are not at ...
... relative of ginger), shrimp paste, lemon grass, tamarind, bay leaves, kaffir lime leaves and pandan leaves were added to the pastes in varying quantities. Other ingredients such as copious amounts of coconut milk, coconut cream and palm sugar were added to create some truly stunning flavours.
We all had a go at cooking the various dishes. Neil had a potato, carrot and quail egg dish, which was incredibly simple to cook after all the meticulous preparation. ...
... Going down the steep path you come across many small shops trying to sell you stuff made of coconuts, bone and other beautiful Bali art. Crossing the river, a small bridge gives incredible views of the water gushing through the rocks and deep forest. The Other side of the river has more shrines and excellent temples cut into the rock. Small paths will take you down the river to the nice square temple surrounded with caves.