Bagus Jati Health & Wellbeing Retreat
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by some chicken soup that helped me to sweat a little more. Then some Sate and deep fried chook with a bit of salad, very tasty after the butt altering ride.
Changed the dripping sweat soaked stinky shirt for a singlet and then the long drive home.
Couldn't get into the room as G was spoiling herself in the Spa with the hot rock massage and who knows what other exotics.
So whats a man to do but head for the pool and the swim up bar for a couple of frothy s.
I did wait ...
Still just sleeping eating drinking walking then doing it all over again! Dinner at Little Bird one night was interesting ... Juls ordered pork only to be told that they were out of pork so we both ordered chicken but they only had one serve of chicken left. I went with nasi goring and Juls the chicken which was served with most of its feathers. Juls also ordered a glass of wine and that turned out to be the last of the wine! It was quite amusing listening to others ...
... We knew then that this was where we were meant to be.
Nigel started his course early the next morning by watching endless DVDs that compiled the theory part of his course. Terrea was lucky to not have much theory , only a couple chapters of reading, and she and the girls headed to the other side of the island to catch some rays. Earlier that day we met a super friendly Canadian girl, Francesca, that was staying in our dorm and she soon became the next addition to ...
... cherubs. 6 and 11 they sure know how to surf!!! After being afraid of the waves for so many years they surely helped me out with my fears. Piggy back rides, tiggy, swimming and playing around. What a beautiful family. Met Richard (39)from ) Holland the crazy nutter that never switched off! Randall (40)lovely man from Texas, leased a villa in seminyak ($150/night). Anyway, met at the beach after a couple of ...
... farms where we plan to return to tomorrow. For about 3 kilometres we were followed by a man on his scooter harassing us to go to his hotel, not understanding us when we told him we were already booked in and had paid to stay else where. He offered us a rate of 100,000 rupiahs per night, the equivalent of £6, so you can only imagine what it was like! We came upon a traffic jam created by a man who had just stopped his truck ...