Taman Wana Villas and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... The water that we bathed I. Though was green and there was slime ya the bottom in some parts :/ so of course bring me I fell over, it was okay though it was in the water, so didn't quite land on my ****! We stopped of at a cat poo coffee plantation and met a couple of cats that wander around the gardens eating the ...
A good friend of about 37 years, and true world traveller, Valerie Rioux responded to one of the blogs indicating that I had, "tainted [her] memory of Bali as the most beautiful place on earth" and that she hoped that "the magic of Ubud hadn't disappeared."
In the last week, Bali has had a redemption of sorts. Ubud was indeed a beautiful place and our snorkelling trip to Menjangan Island today was on par, in many ways, ...
... there were gardens and beautiful architecture. So much prettier than other airports. The first night we spent in Kuta, then the next night in Nusa Dua, and then finally in our villa in Lovina in the north of Bali. The villa is a three bedroom bungalow with a deep rectangular pool in the backyard. We have a gate that leads to the beach and the unbelievably warm Indian Ocean. Flowers are everywhere, there are geckos all over the place, and there are tons ...
... passengers in and around the bus station, presumable to bump up his profit.
After 90 minutes we were still sat on the bus in the station, and temperature's were rising. M, famous for not being sweaty, and keeping his cool, was pushed to the limits. K did not look much better. After 2hrs we final pulled out of the bus station and then parked 100 metres down the road where the driver stopped for lunch and ...
... experience but not nearly as incredible as the less famous Ijen. Coming back down we found it easiest to run through the sand to try and stay ahead of the dust clouds we'd created. The next challenge was identifying our jeep in a parking area full of vehicles identical to ours. We got back with time for showers and a leisurely breakfast before getting on a bus to start our 14 hour journey to Jogjakarta. Three French men were on our bus who'd done also just got down from Bromo. ...