Pat-Mase, Villas at Jimbaran
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... great evening experience dining by the sea!
What a lovely way to end our first day of MDC Retreat at this very beautiful Ayana Resort!
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The award-winning AYANA Resort and Spa Bali is a world-class destination resort located on 90 hectares of cliff-top land perched above Jimbaran Bay, just 10 kilometers from Bali airport. AYANA’s majestic ...
... against the sun. It was quite beautiful to see although it was cut a bit short by a cloud obscuring the sun at the end. We were amazed at the size of the waves crashing against the rocks and watched them soaking un-suspecting tourists for a while. We saw the best tourist idea yet with these guys who had their camera gear in a bag on one shoulder and a bag with a mini printer on the other. They would offer to take your ...
... of buses, ferries and petty theft.
This was unfortunately undone by our final taxi driver ripping us off for the journey to the airport (“sorry, no change”). This is a sweeping generalisation but one I am comfortable making: most taxi drivers in southeast Asia are crooks who enjoy ripping off tourists.
Thankfully we had more cash left than had seemed necessary ...
... out of bamboo and palm leaves. The women began cooking at around, three in the morning. Making hundreds of flower offerings while chatting among them selves. Our house next door, we could see a string of women floating past our door way, carrying flower offerings, food, and adornments for the baby on their heads from dawn and through the early hours of morning. After tracking down a sarong from one of the women from green lion who was wonderful enough to bring me hers on ...
... the last 2 seats inside. The boat barely made its way through the sea for 110 minutes. Holding on for dear life as the boat tilted 30 degrees one way and then the other. The people on top had the most frightened looks on their faces as they got completely drenched and were held in by a small rail about a foot off the roof. We made it. How? We don't know.
Gili Meno, Lombok
After our harrowing boat ride we at least made it to the beautiful island of Gili Meno. ...