Pemuteran is a little fishing village found at the north western side of Bali. It's just starting to become popular among tourists so you won't find the usual suffocating crowd you'd see in Kuta. Something I really liked. This little unassuming village is also home to one of the largest Biorock Projects in the world (I'll be elaborating more on this on a separate post).
We booked a two-night stay at a beautiful resort called Amertha Villas. Since half of the group cancelled on the trip, we were left to having the 2 villas to ourselves. We got Villas 7 and 8 which were each a two-bedroom Villa with it's own outdoor kitchen, swimming pool, garden and terrace. By then, I was starting to forget all about the lost camera. Nice resorts have that effect on you. Especially of you're there for free. haha.
|The boy's room|
What I loved about Amertha Villas is the space. The resort was sprawling with very private villas that open up to large lawns and a private pool. But in spite of the huge area, their WiFi signal was still okay. So happy me. There were no two-story buildings here which made the views of the mountains and the sea unobstructed - just as they should be.
We had brekkie right at the beach. It was a complimentary breakfast with fresh fruits, Bali coffee and a choice of continental or Indonesian breakfast. We all got the Indonesian breakfast - of course.The weather was sunny with a slight breeze blowing from the sea, the coffee was hot and splendid and the company was great. God, that was a good day.
After brekkie, we were to meet Dr. Tom Goreau, one of the founders of the Bio Rock technology. This was one of the highlights of my trip to Indonesia. You can read more about it in the next post. =)
|Amertha Bali Villas Beachfront Resort and Spa|