Friday, 14 October 2011

Day 14 in Bingin

We wake up this morning and feel a bit sad to be leaving the Temple Lodge at Bingin.

We are definitely going to miss the food here, that's for sure! Hubby enjoys his last omelette, the kids their coconut milk porridge & I try the home made museli with grated apple & cashew milk for the first time - it's delicious.

Back to the room to pack... As we have met all the other guests through our communal dinners at night, we have become quite friendly & swapped email addresses. We get to have a peek at their suites, each one being different to the next. And the kids enjoy taking them on a tour through our Gecko Suite.

Only a few months ago, Mario completed building a new villa called the Eagles Nest. It is built halfway down the cliff, accessed by some steep stone & pebble stairs.

On the first level coming down is a massive daybed with ocean views, it's big enough to sleep on.

Next level down there's a huge silver bath/shower facing the ocean.... not quite sure if anyone out to sea would be able to see you bathing, the suite is still up high on the cliff - maybe if they had binoculars!

Then there's a bedroom with canopy bed also with ocean views, in fact even the toilet has ocean views!

Mario joked that he could charge $100 per poop as he didn't know of anywhere else you could get a better view while doing your

Next we take a look at the Spice Suite which is near the day spa set back on the property.

It has a big bedroom with canopy bed, a king sized day bed in the garden...

And a huge bathroom with outdoor shower,
And a cosy lounge area

Next door is a tranquil area for yoga which is on each morning at 8am

So it's time to say goodbye to all the wonderful staff & guests we've met on this leg of our trip. We will be back the next time we come to Bali.

Next stop Jimbaran...

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Location:The Temple Lodge & Villa Puri Royan

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