Medewi Bay Retreat
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... and so is the clothing but still much cheaper than Aus.
Went in search of a massage place recommended by Anita M only to be told by all the locals oh that's just 5 minutes down the street turn left..ok well that's doable again we said 45 minutes later we are still walking and the final person we asked said oh further down the street...bloody hell it would want to be a good massage as it turned out pips massage was right next door to his place what the hell why ...
There was much anticipation about the trip to waterbom park - and again, our expectations were surpassed. Waterbom park was beautiful and well organised (only I would be so impressed by that!). The kids loved their play in the kiddy zone and their first go on the big slides - the Python- proved that their limits had ...
... as I was waiting to get Rafe down as the main house is a few metres from where we are staying so I wanted to know he was settled. He's very aware and concerned about where we are the whole time - checking 'mumma' 'daddy' throughout the day and night. He just called out now - I'm sitting here in the dark again writing. He is absolutely loving chatting and waving to everyone he meets - on motorbike, foot, lorry, van or car. He waves, blows kisses, says 'hello' (we now have ...
... studio that is nestled in a quiet space in the central Ubud area minutes from my home stay where I have been taking classes twice daily. The wooden hinged windows frame gorgeous views of the lush jungle that sits peacefully among the hustle and bustle of the city. In the last few days, the impending arrival of Chinese New Year has brought dozens of tourist buses filled with Chinese vacationers into the already packed roads of Ubud. It is becoming increasingly difficult to travel ...
... one of Bali's oldest and largest ancient monuments I decided it was time to hike back up the 371 steps and make my way to what I knew would be the next impressive site. Obviously taking more pictures on the way up giving me pause to catch me breath. Our next stop was Tirta Empul, one of the holiest temples in Bali. Dating back to 960 this temple was built around hot springs that still bubble today in the central courtyard. The Balinese come here ...