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