- Swimming pool
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... 8221; and present an offering to the gods in exchange for a cleansing experience
in the holy spring water. Our
driver, Kadek, dressed us in sarongs and a silk sash, and showed us where to
place our floral offering upon entering the springs. We were amongst hundreds of Balinese men, women and
children, cleansing our spirits in the holy water. Elderly men and women are guided into the springs by their
children and babies are dipped ...
... easternmost peak. Mount Batur (1,717 m) is also still active. About 30,000 years ago it experienced a catastrophic eruption – one of the largest known volcanic events on Earth.In the south the land descends to form an alluvial plain, watered by shallow rivers, drier in the dry season and overflowing during periods of heavy rain.The principal cities are the northern port of Singaraja, the former colonial capital of Bali, and the present provincial capital and ...
... evening. They are staying at a fantastic resort called Parma in Levine so next time we come to Bali I think we will head there. Free happy hours each night and nibbles provided, lovely accommodation and surrounding pools plus laundry bag for some free items to be done. How good is that!!!!
A quiet day today – spot of shopping at the Discovery Mall – Sean found some sneakers and I changed my small ancient wee bag for a new one. Back to the hotel to read and ...
This morning we got up and had breakfast at the buffet. After we went shopping and bought 7 football shirts for my friends and I. Later we went surfing, it was harder as we were further out and the waves were bigger. All the paddling made my arms ache and the tiny jellyfish kept stinging you.After lunch we went back to the surf school and downloaded all ...
... the big waves, but it's great for surfers. We thought about hiring a surf board but decided to leave it until another day. There were lots of baskets of random things (biscuits, cigaretts, sweets and even money) dotted everywhere, outside shops, on the pavements etc which we kept almost stepping on. We later found out that they are in fact offerings to their gods. In Bali 90% practise Hinduism, with the rest Christian, Buddhist or Muslim.
We got a ...