Rama Candidasa Resort & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... shoulders to try and keep warm; we ate the crisps we’d brought with us as a snack with the water Mr Belly had bought for us. The trip back seemed a lot longer than the trip out and Edd wasn’t sure how they were going to get the boat back in with the waves; he thought they’d stopped to think about it for a minute when suddenly a large wave started approaching, they waited for it to pass and then road the back of it, like a surfer would, ...
... begin our descent to freedom, all the way down at 980m, most of 3km from the summit! The slope of the descent is deceptively steep, which in waves of hills breaks it up, and the only battles we now face are personal ones, myself having blistered ankles and aching leg muscles. We drop to just 1,500m by lunchtime, and have a flatter slope for the remaining 3 hours until we reach the pick up point, just 520m below. By ...
... the cooks house, we look for other Balinese eating there as well as word of mouth and we really have not been disappointed yet. The food is a fraction of the price of the bigger restaurants about town and ok the presentation is nothing if you compare, but in my book taste and price well out weigh how good it looks. So if you find yourself in Bali or other Asian countries similar like say Thailand then do not be afraid to try the local food. A couple of ...
... of tourists and they were going to be quite some time so we gave that a miss. Next was a place to see weaving. Again we have seen many weaving centres around the world but this one also gave us the opportunity to give it a go. This time our timing was good so Jody was able to get up on the platform and strap into the harness. We were told it takes a month to weave one metre and we can see why. It was so fiddly and they create the designs themselves in their heads. How they ...
... happy couple of hours spent bobbing around meant that for the first time in 3 weeks we were actually a bit chilly-we even had to turn the fan off in our room for a bit. Not sure how we're going to cope with sub zero Scottish temperatures when we get home. Steve is gradually acquiring a new wardrobe and was eventually worn down into buying a Gerupuk T shirt in Lombok. He now has his eye on a sarong.....I will keep you posted (with pictures of ...