Pat-Mase, Villas at Jimbaran
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... on Bali at around 10,000 feet. Aging figures significantly into the Balinese Buddhist faith. Along the way is Besakih, known as the Mother Temple, and I'll descend in the morning. I'm psyched ;) A little info: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Ag ung http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mother_T ...
... probably pick this up, it'd do me good! It's really refreshing having that amount of positive energy around me. It's pretty contagious.
Driving around this place has got to be the most fascinating part. They've got scooters for days. Ever see an ant infestation? Yeah that's about as good of an analogy as you're gonna get. I don't even feel compelled in the slightest to try and get behind the wheels of one of these things. I'll leave it for the professionals ...
... really looking for was Luwak coffee so once I found out this market didn't have it, I was out of there. Being the only foreigner amongst thousands of locals was pretty daunting, especially at 10am in the sweltering heat. And yes, it was stinking...Onwards and upwards( hopefully) to Ramayana Bali Mall... This mall was much cleaner than the Calcutta- esque rat hole I went to first. Just like a typical shopping centre, so nothing to exciting going on there. It's just a ...
... rice terraces. Next up a couple Hindu temples, the first one had a sacred spring water pool where people would pray in the pool. The second temple was down in a valley and was partially carved into the side of the mountains. Next stop was a coffee farm where they produce the worlds most expensive coffee. Why is it so expensive? Because rather than simply pick the coffee beans off the plants they allow a nocturnal creature called a Civit to do the work. A Civit is the cute product of ...
*apart from the hoards of drunk tourists, natives who want money from you and the cat smell Scene 1: Arriving at the airport, trying to get a cab. First price we get: 200 000 rupiah. In the end we pay 50 000. It is a 7 minute drive, we overpaid anyhow. Scene 2: We hire a scooter and drive around town. Every time we slow down, we are being persuaded to buy sarongs, beer, hats, whatever goes. Scene 3: Same scooter, on the way to Ubud. A guy driving next to us ...