Taman Wana Villas and Spa
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... terraces along a small trekking path and the view was magnificent. There was a cow tied up in one of the fields in a small hut and we stopped to say hello. It had the most beautiful eyes and Maria made me let it lick my hand, which felt a lot like a cat's tongue. Next we drove to the Ulundanu Beratan lake temple. The temple was very beautiful but there were a lot of tourists and we got several requests to take photos with them. It got old pretty quickly so we didn't spend a ...
Well, where to start........
It was a day starting by deciding not to upset the locals and travel up on the bus (2 hours it took) in costume.
So there we were greeted by the most stunning trolley dollies (Bali style) at La Lucciola carpark.
We were then asked to get on the bus for our long trip up to Villa Dewa.
Breakfast was provided in true Desmond style, all class, see picture attached.
After driving through some of the most spectacular countryside we ...
... was a tourist, as well. The trip was fine, but long--roughly 5 hours--because we had to go out of the way to get to a different city and had to make a couple of stops along the way. We made it up there without incident, though. Lovina is a small beach town in the North and is the complete opposite of Kuta. Lovina is very quiet, has few tourists, and has extremely calm water. It seemed like we were on a lake instead of facing an immense expanse of ocean with how calm the water was! ...
... them being able to practice their English as they wanted to become tour guides when they get older. The first waterfall was however too powerful to swim in but the children told us a little about their small town and took some photos for us before offering to ride infront of us on their scooters to the next water fall which was 3km in the opposite direction.
The second waterfall involved a climb throudn trees, up and down ...
... way down we got overtaken by several mine workers with their empty baskets. Most of them wore wellies, some of them just flip flops and no torch. They were literally running down the steep, rocky path in the darkness. We were already fascinated by them. Once we were down we switched off our lights to fully enjoy the blue flames. We kept a safe distance although we could have walked right up to them. While the sun was rising behind us we sat at the crater lake with Ali ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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