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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... back to our serene and peaceful villa. On the first morning I felt compelled to practice poolside
yoga while waiting for our chefs to prepare a fresh breakfast from our own
We had been told by friends who had visited Bali that you
really don't go to Bali for pristine, sandy beaches, although I am sure there are some to be found. It is definitely a surfer’s paradise with huge waves, but
other than one morning of ...
... nothing past ten feet in front of us. The south side of the island is more local living than tourist zone. This is also where the swing bridge is to cross to Nusa Ceningan. The bridge is one motorcycle wide with tightly fitted wood floor boards.
Once crossed we veered right, this took us west. This is where we got a look at the seaweed farms. The aqua blue water is waist high in the strait between the two islands. Here the farmers plant the seaweed ...
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... br> The dress shown here was made out of tea bags. There’s a large bull in the foyer made out of corned beef cans – it stands about the height of a Mallee bull, however, there’s a BBQ hidden in the side and the smoke is vent so it either comes out of the nostrils or the rear end. The rooms are very dark with flocked wall paper and lots of mirrors including the bathroom which is all mirrored sae for the shower which is off putting to say the least.
... imaginative designs. For furniture alone, you will require one whole week to shop to your heart's content. Because of the unending demand, shipping facilities are also available for furniture.
However, if you are short of cash, or a purposeful frugal traveler who considers time as a precious thing, market is the best option. Head to Ubud or Sukawati market where many cheap items are available conveniently. Ubud market, however, is a ...