Bayshore Villas Candi Dasa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was our Lombok road trip with Esta and Ryan, a guy from Manchester who's been living in australia for the last two years. We had a busy day planned and with us came the driver of our own mini bus and a guy who works at the hotel, no one really knows why he came because he sure as hell has no tour guide skills going on. The places we visited were: 1) Gunung pengsong- Hindu temple full of monkeys 2) Banyumulek (pottery village in West Lombok ) ...
... was minimal, all true Indonesia food which was just fine for us. We both had fried Tempe and tofu with peanut sauce which was cooked up in no time and had heaps of flavour. Tempe is used everywhere here a a replacement for meat. It is made with soya beans and has a nutty texture, I cannot get enough of it. After dinner we took a stroll down the beach to find a company to book a snorkelling trip with for the next day. This wasn't difficult at all, they were ...
... 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 ...
... got food poisoning during the last hour of the trek (I blame the mango I ate for lunch), so I was ready to be done by the end of the trek.
After the trek, I headed back to the airport to fly to Bali. Again, I had an issue with my bag that took a half hour to resolve. By 10, I was at my hotel, and today, I am so excited to begin my journey back home and to have almost three weeks to catch up with family and friends before next ...