Bagus Jati Health & Wellbeing Retreat
Travel Blogs from Gianyar
... t break me! On arrival we could see how out in the sticks it was. No ATMs any where and no shops. This was fine by us, and I enjoyed chatting to the locals on the beach where they showed me their pigs and chickens and took Ru off to play in the dirt. Our room was a stunning, two floor, Balinese structure. The whole place clearly had some love put into making it look attractive with beautiful key chains and parasols everywhere. The food was tasty but pricey. It ...
... untouched southern coast of Lombok. The beaches were as advertised. There was even one that had sand that looked like pepper grains. It was much different to step on as your foot would sink 6 inches before you could take your next step. One day when riding into town a bat flew right into my helmet visor. It whipped my head back, but luckily we did not repeat our Vietnamese moto experience and stayed on track. Poor bat.
We tried to go to "Pink ...
... said her husband had painted them, but neither Terry nor I were 100 percent convinced as we had seen almost identical all around Ubud and believed them to be prints. We left the cafe to drive North toward the mountains. The roads were bumpy and there were no signs to follow. We had to stop every now and again so that Terry could check the map and to give our backsides some respite. We drove a circular route, through many ...
... sea moths and a tozeuma shrimp! And finally the car reappeared. I wasn't happy with him. So he could wait while took some photos of the rice fields next to the beach. By the time we arrived back in Lovina it was 2pm and lunchtime! There are a couple of small temples in Lovina. Made of black concrete, decorated with dragons and monkeys and weird looking people! People have left square palm trays of offerings - pretty. Too tired to do much else. And raining again, so no more ...
... been in your room isn't cool but it's about a million times better than a crafty monkey who will steal anything you leave out...or don't because they'll take your **** anyways. If it was a monkey we'd really have no way to protect our belongings when we weren't in our room or awake enough to shoo them away. On the morning of Jan 3 we packed up and headed out on a tour of Kitamani, the elephant temple, terraces rice fields and a coffee and cacao plantation. More details to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility