Taman Wana Villas and Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Rafe spent the afternoon playing with Celine and Luna. They ran up and down and round the garden, played throw and catch and collected flowers and stones. It was such a delight to see mike and I just stood back and watched. Flowers were given and received and new nooks and crannies were found and created as hiding places, even Kebur the dog got involved. Rafe was in his element running and chasing and twirling around and the girls were all giggles and smiles. We gave ...
... Dewi (a sister in law of Phillippe I think and Celine's mum who has been our main contact and help here) has Rafe in a hug Celine kisses his feet and forehead and laughs and giggles at him. It's been so wonderful sharing this little chapter with the Vickster she really is a legendary and beautiful human being. Rafe so enjoyed having his God mummy around and splashing, giggling and chasing about with her. He cried when she left and has been asking for 'Kiki' all day ...
Just an easy day today. Went to Sembukul waterfalls for some swimming and then back to Lovina in the afternoon to hang out at the beach with the folks that I've met here. Very relaxing :) Just too bad I lost one of my contact lenses in the spray water of the waterfall and had to ride back one-eyed... ...
We checked out of our hotel and headed to the ferry terminal to go back to Bali. It only cost us 75c. You knew why when you got on, it took forever and personally I don't think the ferry was for for operation. We arrived and we had organised a driver who took us to Lovina which is in the north. It's very small little village. Ben the little shot had told the lady it was my birthday so was very confused ...
... me. I turned around and saw a look of utter shock on his face. He pointed at my dusty shoes. I had forgotten that I had to take them off before walking on their meticulous rug. She just laughed at my silly western girl faux pas while I clumsily unlaced and removed them and she and poured us a cup of milky coffee. We sat shoeless and crossed legged on the ground, while a smiley guy offered us some of his breakfast which we politely turned down while they tried ...