- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... Conveniently, one entrance to the loop started right next to Starbucks so I was able to get my daily iced latte before we started! We set off along the street passing numerous guest houses, family shrines/temples, and shops. As we walked further north the road started to curve and we we climbed up to the top of a hill where we overlooked a series of small rice paddies. The countryside is quite beautiful and peaceful and it was nice to escape the noisy streets ...
... Monkey Sanctuary. This is a section of jungle housing three holy temples which has now been inhabited by a band of grey haired, long tailed Balinese Macaques. The monkeys are the main draw now and the place was full of tourists. Because of this, the monkeys are very confident and very used to people. There were even locals there selling you bananas to feed the monkeys. Anyone with bananas were getting jumped all over by the monkeys, handing ...
... through villages, we passed food stalls and housing... Konam also pointed out to us a large gold and black tiger and an ornate guilded statue standing outside a family home. He informed us that this is a sign that a high class member of the community had passed and was awaiting their cremation. High-class Balinese receive a tiger at their cremation ceremony and the lower classes are represented by a bull... and have to wait 3-5 years for the ceremony ...
... every step needed to be attended to. But we made it. The summit of the third peak was beyond beauty. The volcanic crater was below us, as were the clouds. Distant clouds sparked lightning, at eye level. The sun was just rising and clouds were coming our way. Freezing, and drenched in sweat, I was happy. The fight was worth it, and the experience was something if might never see again. Gung set up his offerings, and prayed. We returned to about ...
... we got to the top, it was one of the most amazing feelings ever! I was so proud of myself - there were a lot of people that stopped at the half way point being sick and lying down not wanting to go on but we made it up the full 1700m and it was a very proud moment!! I'm not the most athletic person in the world so it was a really rewarding feeling and the views made it so worthwhile!!! We had a hot chocolate at the top which warmed us up as it was freezing cold!! And then ...