Bagus Jati Health & Wellbeing Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from a street vendor which he let me try. Our final stop was at a coffee plantation called Subak Bali Agro Coffee Break. We had a lovely guide who walked us through the forest and showed us the different coffee plants and other plants where they get spices, fruits, and other ingredients they use. We saw a red pineapple, a regular pineapple, a cinnamon tree (the spice is the dried bark and the crushed leaves smell of cinnamon as well ), Cocoa pods, vanilla beans and ...
... And I finally found a perfect home. I have a huge terrace with a garden. A living/dining room and a kitchen. A separate bedroom with AC. A bathroom with great water pressure and hot water :-). And I negotiated my rent from $330 to $215 a month. I moved in a few hours ago and spent some time scrubbing the fridge, the kitchen and the bathroom. Tomorrow I need to buy some more household items to finish cleaning and make it a bit more homey :D I love my new life in Bali ...
... to pick us up at the airport. The hostel, Granny’s Hostel was really cool. The staff were all really nice and the other backpackers were too. Kuta is the most popular beach town in Bali. The waves are great for beginner surfers and there are lots of shops, restaurants, bars, and spas. The first day we just walked around and got acquainted with our surroundings. The next morning I woke up and did some yoga in the back yard of the hostel and then did ...
... Crisis sucks on an island. In our country we have so many medical facilities, treatments, and even over-the-counter drugs to care for our illnesses. I can't even buy vitamins here without seeing a doctor. The resources are scarce. Today made me think about the conveniences I take for granted and don't even realize it until its no longer available. It's one thing to go without pizza or sushi and give up indulgences. Having no access to medical care when needed is...well a bit ...
... of Iraq. It's Wednesday afternoon now, there was no Internet this morning, so I think I'll do a little addendum now before I try posting this, We slept terribly last night, noise from the locals celebrating the night before the holiday, very hot, no air conditioning here, I was still up at 6 to watch the sunrise over the ocean and walk the beach a bit. At 8 we reported to Eddie and, as promised he outfitted the guys with sarongs and sashes and led us to his ...