Spa Village Resort Tembok Bali
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When we arrived in Tembok we were greeted with the welcome ritual which consists of a foot bath and a neck and shoulder massage. Afterwards we were shown to the room and introduced to the complementary activity schedule. It all sounded amazing and I had lots of plans on what I wanted to do... though in the end I hardly joined any of the activities …
Bryan told me to be ready by 5:30pm as we were going on a date...!
Every now and again we do this as to be honest, every day is like being on a date so sometimes he just organises something special.
He always comes up with something lovely so I was quite intrigued and excited to see what he had in store for us tonight. Although just up the road is a massive water park and i was dreading having to go down water tubes in my high ...
... enough to get away with not wearing a sarong. On to the attraction itself, while the entrance to the cave itself was quite interesting, the rest of the site itself was somewhat less than impressive. It didn't take long to have a look around it. There was a Buddhist temple somewhere on site I could have looked at, but it was so far down in a valley, all I thought was, "And then I'll have to come back up...don't think so!" Therefore, I never ...
... to ward off evil spirits. The primary figure was once thought to be an elephant, hence the nickname Elephant Cave. However many local believe it is named so given its proximity to the Elephant River. The Elephant Cave itself is actually quite small. As you enter through the dark, narrow passage, that is so full of incense you can hardly breathe, the cave abruptly ends in an intersection. The left passage contains a small niche with ...
The cab driver arrived at 8:30 a.m., the hour we asked.
We wanted to go the artist's haven of Ubud, a community for writers and those of letters that started in the 1930s. The anthropologist Margaret Mead once took up residence in the area and since, it's been a destination for art galleries, temples, museums and street vendors.
The cab driver, in very broken English, also suggested rice fields and we asked to visit a renown lake in the mountains north of Ubud.