The Zen Villas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Zen Villas Sanur
Stayed in Serenity Viila A.
Fantastic Pool and outdoor area.
Breakfast cocked fresh in villa each morning...delicious!
Indoor & Outdoor Shower.
Service brilliant....so friendly & helpful.
Would definitely stay here again.
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... The luwaks (aka civets) only eat the very best coffee berries. The coffee beans stay intact but start to ferment during digestion which changes the flavour of the coffee (less bitter) and lowers the amount of caffeine. We bravely tried it and quite enjoyed it. We also sampled some local herbal teas, my favourite being the fiery red ginger tea which is said to be good for the throat.
We took our lunch near ...
... take photos and do some shopping. Then we stopped in Ubud to see the most amazing and impressive wood carvings I had ever seen. Some carvings took over a year to make from one piece of wood and very well detailed. I collect wood carvings from around the world but choose not want to travel with something bulky and heavy but would have lived to own one. We then stopped at a gold and silver jewelry factory / shop, however I was not allowed to take any photos.
We made a ...
... entry by the pool we had another mid-evening swim and headed to bed. We were going to stay another night as the hotel is so comfy, however we are getting restless and we are in need of a few more activities and thus are heading to Nusa Dua to make this our base for the rest of the week.
and remember......"Traveling, it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller." Ibn Battuta
... seen. Rieko and Dev chilled in a small pagoda while Kina and I walked on to see if we could see monkies...at the end of the cliff we ran into about 100 of them..Kina started snapping photos but they were getting a bit close and agreessive..so we headed back to find Rieko had lost her glasses to a rogue monkey. He had snuk up behind here and gently grabbed her seeing glasses....Dev helped ...
... Agung in 1963 and and earthquake in 1979. It's been rebuilt with Worldbank sponsorship and is beautiful. You can see the King's house and rooms as you tour the premises. Next stop the villa of Tenganan, an original Bali village. It's home to about 700 people, all related, and they practice the traditional arts of making baskets, leaf books and calendars as well as the weavers of cloth. We ...