Umah Watu Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... sunset. Some memories of our homey haven include the heavy and loud rain that seemed to fall as soon as we turned out the lights each night. Eventually, it became our white noise that lulled us into deep REM sleep. There were two large pots adorning the front two sections of our Koi pond between the house and the pool in back. These pots were full of water and had a small bubbler fountain in each one most of the time. But right at sunset, the bubbler would go off, ...
... and beverages, and the friendliest staff. I would highly recommend anyone to try to do a retreat whether it be a silent one or not. I also think it would be great that in our daily lives to perhaps pick a night of the week that after work we unplug ourselves and maybe even attempt a night in silence where you can take time to really enjoy your food and some free quite time without any guilt. Sit back and read a good book, go to a yoga class, do something you ...
... Surprisingly, the weather isn’t as hot or humid as we expected.
The taxi winds north, up through the infamous resort of Kuta, site of much Aussies-on-the-**** hedonism and location of two separate bombings in 2002 and 2005 that claimed the lives of well over 200 people. We’ve decided to skip Kuta in favour of somewhere a little less manic, and we’re not unhappy with this decision as we pass through – it’s all nose-to-tail ...
... habitat on two river cruises daily, and elsewhere in Borneo having an up close and personal encounter with possibly the world's largest primate, the Orang-utan.
12. Performing for several hours in the boat cafeteria with a musician from Germany during the twelve hour slow boat trip from Mandalay to Bagan, Myanmar, connecting with the international audience and sharing sing alongs in three languages.
13. Pedal and electric biking ...
... my stuff ready for my flight out the next morning to Hong Kong. Evelyn arrived to check in before I left and walked with me to find a taxi to take me to the airport. I said my goodbyes to the owners and to Frances & Michael and I have to say it was so nice to have someone friendly to wave me off! Bali is not for me, I will just have to watch South Pacific again to remember what it used to be like before tourism ruined it! I just hope that Flores doesn't ever become like ...