Bayshore Villas Candi Dasa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Candidasa
... the water Niomi and I were screaming and leaping around, we both it agreed it was moments like that which is what travelling is all about. They make it all worth while and make you appreciate how lucky you are to be able to see and experience such incredible things. After attempting to dry off whilst still being sprayed with water we began the trek back to Senaru . I'm not sure what changed our minds on the walk back but for some reason we came to the conclusion ...
... to go 3 days without wearing anything other than swim suits and a sarong or even shoes! Everywhere is designed so you can walk out the sea, across the sand, eat a meal while still wet and go straight back for a swim, leaving your fresh fruit juice concoction waiting for you. We even love the fact the sand gets everywhere and there is always some in the bed, or on your clean clothes! There are ice cream stalls a plenty with delicious homemade flavours. Millie had 2 ...
... on a coconut palm private beach, where a massive high swing was set amongst the coconut trees, we all had a turn except Kyrian as the swing had no safety straps or net.
Then we went to the Water Palace, fresh water man made ponds from hundreds years ago, nature at its best captured in the setting of Balinese history.
Everywhere we go, it's beautiful, jaw dropping, just amazing.
We went with a snorkel guide in his wooden ...
... about quitting and put up with my frustration during the last half hour of the trek.
When I reached the summit, I felt such a sense of accomplishment. Additionally, the surrounding scenery is absolutely gorgeous and the view is incredible. I stayed at the summit and took pictures for half an hour, before starting the day-long descent. I definitely underestimated how difficult coming down would be. Coming down from ...
... was the usual beautiful blue sky, turquoise sea and palm fringed island vista slipping by as we sailed into the Lombok straight. Tropical clouds were gathering around Mt Argung, Bali's tallest mountain to the west and a warm breeze blew steadily across an otherwise still sea. Another tough day in the tropics but someone has to do it.
Have been thinking a bit about Indonesia and how much I enjoy being here and having the experience of never quiet knowing just what to ...