Bagus Jati Health & Wellbeing Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Bagus Jati Health & Wellbeing Retreat Gianyar
Travel Blogs from Gianyar
... Luckily we had given ourselves enough time to find some breakfast at a cafe which was all you could eat with a nice selection, a couple of plates of noodles made me feel a lot better and somewhat rejuvenated. From breakfast a short wait before being taking via minibus to our Denpasar coach. A full day of traveling from 11am to 1am with a lunch break and a long wait for a ferry across to Bali island is about as interesting as it gets. However when we eventually arrived ...
... was Dylan, Devon and Rachel's 1st open water dive and a perfect place to learn. Sand bottom to start leading over to a coral reef. We dropped down with them and toured the area for about 45 minutes seeing trigger fish, puffer fish and many others.
A great dive to get the cob webs out.
Rieko, Nats and Kina all Snorkeled and had a great time. By the time we surfaced the current was starting to flow farily well. So all the divers and ...
... ever seen with dolphins swimming and jumping around your tiny boat... what more could one want as a wake-up call?! Throw a few bacon sarnies in and we're onto a total winner. It truly was the most awake I have ever been at 6am. Absolutely breathtaking. It was my first moment when I realised this is it... I AM ACTUALLY TRAVELLING. I'm bloody well doing it baby.
Following the dolphin excitement, our lovely guesthouse offered us a great price ...
... for some money. When Laura said she didn't want help they just kept on following her. We took refuge in a KFC (I know , I know) so we stayed there for a bit and then headed out of the place quickly to get away.
Kuta, in my opinion is pretty average. It is very much like an English resort which you would find in Spain or Turkey, BUT this one is for Australians. We went out for one night and the highlight had to ...
... For some reason the guide led us up the road outside the parked vehicles (exposed to the traffic) when on the other side of the parked vehicles there was a perfectly good pavement which no one was using. Incomprehensible, we were glad not to be at the back of the queue.
After the market at Ubud we moved onto the village Gianyar where we had lunch, watched children learning traditional Balinese dancing, saw local woodcarving and visited ...