Travel Blogs from Lovina Beach
... fringed pool with service at your fingertips, to the cold towels on the shuttle bus service, to the staff all remembering your name, to blissful spa treatments with all organic products to the most amazingly fresh and exquisite food I have ever tasted to beach side yoga with a local Balinese man who has been practicing since he could walk, this boutique resort has everything imaginable plus more to truly make a Bali experience one to remember!
... on the other hand has gone about it a bit more tactically by planning what she needs. Also, Ade's bags are all set which means that when Thursday night comes, he'll end up unpacking to check what he's packed, then re-packing and forgetting to pack half of what he unpacked. It's the way it's meant to be. Either way, we're still overly excited even if we do end up sneezing continuously for the 14hour flight to Singapore before the next leg to Bali :) *achoo* Rach and ...
... but also with Indonesians. Whilst we were eating our breakfast (barbecued corn on the cob with chili) familes kept coming up to us and asking if they could have photos with us, Very funny, I guess they don't get many blonde and ginger people in Java!
We spent a lovely few days in Nusa Lembongan. It's very relaxed place. The area we were in wasn't too touristy- lots of locals still going about their days fishing and farming the seaweed. A good transition place! ...
... 30,000 Rp.
Banjar Hot Springs: Warm springs to bathe in, has a high sulphur content so smells like rotten eggs. 3,000 Rp.
Banjar Buddhist Temple: A miniature version of Borobodur.
Lovina is definitely a place I would recommend..chilled out and quiet but also lots of things to do and see and there is live music every night from one of the bars on the main street. If diving, seeing dolphins or fishing is your thing then you'll love Lovina.
... calendar, the "Pawukon", is quite complex, and has 210 to a year. For the festival, and one lunar month following, each home designs, constructs and erects a huge decorated bamboo spire called a Penjor on the right hand side of their entrance. They arch over the lanes and sway with the slightest breeze - lovely! So glad we got to see them.
I was a little concerned when the driver left the windows open, signalling no A/C, but between ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet