Hello and welcome back to my blog…Continuing with my chronicles about this beautiful place…
It’s been just a day here at Java Rain and I am absolutely thrilled! After checking in, I walked eagerly towards my villa or my mini Palace as I would love to call it. Java Rain resort has 3 types of Villas to pick from- Kaffa, Qahva and Fika. There are around 18 villas ranging from single, twin sharing to the opulent presidential suites. A sweet deal you do not want to miss. With a total area of 1200 sq.ft., each villa is designed with a keen sense of perfection and decorated with beautiful artefacts personally picked by the architects from Indonesia.
I chose Kaffa since it is meant for a small family and I was travelling solo. But the other villas were interesting; I plan to book them when I visit next time!
So here’s a quick peek into this mini Palace of mine!
This building, like all other Villas, is spread out in this vast space so that means undisturbed views and total privacy. The huge porch is a treat and offers a panoramic ground view of the estate. Then there is this huge bedroom attached to the spacious living room with floor to ceiling glass windows that are simply wow! And here comes the most beautiful and unique aspect of Kaffa – it is the only Villa in the property that has a shower with a skylight! Yes, that’s right, you get to look up to the gorgeous sky in all its glory be it day or night.
So I spent quite a good amount of time exploring new abode maybe for a couple of days but nevertheless home sweet home. After being content with my space I then ventured out to know what this place is actually all about. I began walking towards an open deck that overlooks “the infinity pool” which gives way a heavenly view of the lush green valley… Ahh, what a sight to behold!!
Walking down the beautifully carved gravel pathways I made my way to the restaurant within the resort. Food is a vital part that decides your love for the place, isn’t it? So I walk into this absolutely gorgeous restaurant named Mirra. Intrigued by the name which is derived from the Turkish bitter coffee, I decided to satiate my hunger cravings by ordering some local cuisines. I was totally floored with the reception, the humble wait staff who are ever so helpful with their advice and suggestions. Definitely some genius chefs at work in that kitchen I must say, for the fare was a delight and a perfect way to call it a day!
With a happy tummy and content soul, I lazily make my way to my palace that is waiting to pamper me some more!! So it’s goodnight from me until I catch up with you guys next time…