Villa Seminyak Estate & Spa
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... it is 20% complete once you enter? But it looks like it has been under construction for 20 years as things are broken down. I looks like an old limestone quarry which has been turned into a "cultural centre" . The guy that runs this should be put in jail as it totally takes away the soul of what Bali should be and just a cash grab for us dumb tourists.
Also the dance show we waited to see never ...
... this morning. The beach is nice but rather small with too many people as it must be in the lonely planet or something, also nice to surf and they were renting out boards. Lots of monkeys around the temple that was next to it when you climb back up to the street. We stayed about an hour and a half and stopped on the way back at Jiwa where we had a nice lunch. The way back was real beautiful until the main roads, they are awful and soooo busy, a real chaos. Driving ...
... attached to the restaurant and hotel, and is considerably bigger than the pool at our place so we jumped at the opportunity to cool off.
The late afternoon saw us take a stroll along the beach to Mano Café about 20 minutes north of us, where we met up with Liam, Damien and Annya. We nabbed a sweet cabana overlooking the beach and ordered a few large Bintangs to enjoy as we watched the sun go down. Since no-one could be bothered to make a decision on where to go for dinner, ...
... recall of things. My favourite line was "remember to smile, not so much for me, but for you!" Great class, I attempted a few new things and surprised myself. Amazing what you can do when surrounded by the energy and presence of 60 other yogi's. Other things, I just did not do, recognising and accepting my limits, no ego here. The mats were pretty close to each other and the super tall inexperienced guy in front of me got dangerously close to ...
Tour day! Lucky us; we ended up getting our own personal driver to take us around for the day. The itinerary consisted of:
The Holy Spirit Temple- Built around a natural water spring, the Balinesians use this area to wash away their impurities.
Satria coffee and tea plantation- One of our favourite stops of the day. This small coffee and tea plantation produces their coffees and teas the old fashion way; hand picking, roasting over a fire and grinding by a large ...