Rama Candidasa Resort & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... had in my life, it actually made me cry which apparently happens quite a lot with this massage as it releases all the stress and anxiety in the body. You are so relaxed it is amazing, and it cost a whole $18Au which makes we wonder what the hell we are paying for in Australia because I could not get a 2 & 1/2 hour hot stone massage in Australia for under $200 dollars let alone a hour and a half massage for under $130. Makes me think I should bring a few Balinese girls ...
... still only warming up for the day, one swallow was zipping in thru the balcony just a few feet from where I sat, not concerned in me in the least. Night's purple shawl was quickly disappearing, swept away by the dawn light. The high tide had been in and washed the prior days footprints from the beach, leaving behind a new blank sand canvas. The marks of the first boat dragged to the water stood out clearly in the sand, flanked by the footprints of the fishermen. They ...
... Turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie, and hockey!). We have been streaming our favourite Christmas songs and movies, and we are in the Christmas spirit! We have treated ourselves to a beachside resort on the island of Lombok and have been enjoying a week of rest and relaxation. We want to wish everyone a wonderful Christmas holiday and all the best in the New ...
Next we went to the volcano Gunung Batar (5,600 feet). This active volcano last erupted in 2000. Although it sends out clouds of ash from time to time, the volcano was quiet when we visited. The volcano’s caldera is 7 miles in diameter and is 600 feet deep.
The lake Danau Batur, Bali’s largest fresh-water lake measuring 4 miles long and 1 mile wide, lies in the caldera. Its depth has never been measured, but this is the source of rivers and ...
... racks. Indonesia is very much a smoking country - sometimes with blatant disregard of No Smoking signs in public places. This is really a special treat when you're on a 4-hour ferry ride with few windows that open in the main cabin. The local cigarettes have tobacco mixed with cloves, whch are also locally grown and dried on the roadside. We got a view on one of the local Arabica coffee plantations for which Java is famous. We had mistakenly assumed that beans were picked from ...