Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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As I sit here, reflecting while maintaining the peace of living in the moment, I watch the sun set over the Australian horizon. Just a week and a half ago I received an abrupt message that urged me to leave Bali. I felt very deep within that I needed to go. It all happened so quickly, but I listened and said that if things aligned properly then I would go. So, I listened and watched and allowed things to happen ...
... tourist here has tattoo's and smokes! and not just a small token tattoo, like we are talking full extremities or ginormous chest/back tats, on both men and women. We look like complete prudes. But hey when you get this sick from the food, you have to wonder what kind of death sentence you will get from their unsterile tattooing. They have tattoo shops here like we do Starbucks back home, one every block. We move up to Kuta tomorrow for our last night eeeik!
... and family around; when the ingredients are right then the times flight high and well, and memories are made that last forever. We’ve missed out on lots of family gatherings, parties and dinners with friends that stretch into the whole weekend, so I guess in a way we were making up for lost time, and it is fair to say that after this sumptuous little taster we can’t wait to get home and spend more time with our friends and our family, who mean the entire world to us and ...
... can see a little cone shaped hat moving amongst them. We also went to the monkey temple in Ubud where there are over 300 monkeys living there under conservation. You are warned not to wear any shiny jewellery or carry any food or water as they are likely to snatch them, but as long as you leave them along then they are ok. We got around unharmed but we saw a girl get scratched by one and another tried biting! That monkey did look a bit crazy, he was attacking anyone ...
... it was 200,000 Indonesian Rupiahs. I am still struggling with all the zeroes in the currency here… We began with incense, as a tool, the smoke helping our minds reach towards the gods, and the fire to ignite it a sign of witness that an offering is being made to the gods. Incense is typical of every single ritual I have experienced in India, Japan, and Indonesia. I believe my entire, very limited travel wardrobe is now infused with smoky ...