Bayshore Villas Candi Dasa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... money from his pocket and joked that it was worthless by western comparison. He gave us a lesson in Lombok slang and directed us towards Uladyana, where one side of the two mile stretch is filled with Warung serving great, cheap local dishes. He told us the correct price of fruit and how to ask for it to avoid the tourist tax. We passed the Shisha round and despite everyone chain smoking here, he coughed his guts up. He was one of a small group selling tours ...
... and began the difficult task of getting into the pool beneath the waterfall. The rocks were incredibly slippery and I kept thinking I was going to face plant the water however between me and Niomi holding hands we managed to keep our balance, just! The water was freezing cold which normally I would hate but in the heat it was so bliss. We had given both our cameras to Mr Guide who was happily snapping away whilst having a smoke with some fellow guide ...
... one of the traditional weaving centers located in the Village District Sukarara Jonggat Central Lombok) 3)Sade (is a native Sasak’s village located in Rembitan area, not far from the city of Mataram) 4)Kuta beach (south coast of Lombok) 5)Mawun beach (amazing white sand beach which is totally hidden and undiscovered) Please see the attached pictures for more information or should I say a better idea of what I'm going on about in my ...
... 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 ...
... didn't matter, but huge waves.
We have been to the original Balinese village, it is 800 years old, where Bali was first settled, & all descendants (approx. 200 families) live in this village just as it was from that time, today. It is amazing. They sell handcrafted wares, as they used to be made, durable tough authentic. Sarongs made on looms from cotton grown in the village - exquisite, I bought one at $65 NZD, my expensive treasure to take ...