De'Uma Lokha Luxury Villas and Spa
Travel Blogs from Kerobokan
... them out, maybe acquire the clothing early and do more than one event to get your moneys worth out of it. Guys are in white, long sleeve shirts and a head hanky, girls are in similar but without the headgear. Check the pics Trundle into pharmacy. Buy some femiwipes (which are just snot tissues, not muff cleansing products) and deoderant Takes our daily spend up to £14. We're now feeling underspent so we go back to the Coco Bistro and crack on with their ...
... The Temple is the destination where the road doesn’t end.This is Bali. This is the once-quiet village called Canngu. With its winding rice-paddy back roads and a surf breaks for every appetite, this is where the Deus Temple of Enthusiasm takes root. Like some strange new tree. Like an alien ship. Not like anything else. The Temple must be seen to be understood.There is beer on tap. There is art on walls. There is shaping bays and surfboards stacked like sets out the back. ...
... the beach to catch our boats the following day. I had bumped into a young, local lad on a bike the day before whilst out and about, and he had kindly volunteered to take us all over to the other island on his bike. So he would come and take one of us, then come back for another, then come back for the last.
He had agreed he would come and meet us the following morning at 8am, take Sophie over first, then drop Ella over, then myself. When we asked him how much he would want paying, ...
... she found a sign for a waterfall - not near a T-junction. We turned off but the road was too treacherous to continue so we turned back to the main highway. When we finally arrived at the T-junction, we turned north towards a village called Sanda. Along the way, we drove past the most incredible terraced rice paddies we have seen in Indonesia, both for the size and the lusciousness of the fields. We stopped frequently to take pictures of these amazing rice paddies. ...
... the entrance, there were monkeys everywhere. Monkeys on the path, monkeys on the walls, monkeys in the trees and (of course) monkeys on people.
We picked up a couple of bananas at the entrance thinking it would be fun to feed them. Little did we know how excited they get when they see someone walking around with bananas! The most aggressive ones seemed to be near the entrance, and have a need to swipe stuff from the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service