Kayumanis Nusa Dua Private Villa & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKayumanis Nusa Dua Private Villa & Spa
Great hotel, more modern, huge villas. We had a villa that could fit 10. The villa had a private pool and access to the beach. However, it is in the hotel district and there is not much to do around there.
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... instrument and a young girl welcoming us with flowers for our hair, both dressed in traditional Balinese costume. It's not hard to feel superior under such treatment, as it is so easy to slip into a feeling of entitlement and privilege. As I ask the Butler what an appropriate tip would be for the bell-boy for carrying our bags, he indicates, "This is not expected in Bali", but if you must, a thousand to 10,000 Indonesian rupiah (IDR), or between about 9 and 90 cents ...
... of water, he wasn’t too successful but Phil was fascinated. Found a place to go into for dinner although that was like Russian roulette as we got closer the beach was fringed with a coral reef. This guy race out from the only hotel & guided us in, not too sure but followed his directions and managed to catch the right wave. After going for a walk decided it was that restaurant or nothing so had a nice meal and headed back tot eh ...
... 1717 meters high. From here we could see Mount Agung which is 3142 meters high. Agung is an active volcano, last active in 2000. Glad I'm here! After a nice lunch here, we head to a temple. The temple is nice because of the old architecture and I really like how it is all outside. On our way back to the hotel we stop in Ubud to see some patio inns of local artist. It was a good day and even just the driving around today was worth it. It is truly beautiful ...
... in 2 months! Spencer spent the day chasing after Ru, I don't think he sat down until dinner. Ru wasn't TOO bad, he spent the day eating mud, weeing on the bed, cutting his chin, throwing stones in the pool and having baths. He's quite attached to Spen at the mo, which Spen is finding exhausting! We skyped my dad, his fiancé and my brother which was nice, as Ru have loads of waves and chatted and Millie went all silly! Rupert did just manage to have the mother of ...
... been a lazy beginning to our adventures and a real indulgence. Tomorrow morning is our last morning breakfast feast - an amazing choice of anything, including lots of local fruits and yoghurt, eggs, buns of all sorts, etc. Then we make good use of our car to travel north and find some real balinese places away from the luxurious resorts, not encouraged by the general manager of the hotel who suggests we take a driver. He's obviously not used to his guests demonstrating any ...