Posts Tagged ‘relaxation’

The True Fivelements in Ubud Bali

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Spa


If the fast paced, unstoppable life has finally caught up with you and you feel there’s never enough hours in the day, then it may mean it’s time to give yourself a break. And what better way to do it but by taking a trip to Bali known as the island of Gods. Kuta in Bali may be known for its hedonistic life and culture but it’s Ubud that is known as the paradise for the soul. Known for its tranquillity, healing and restoring capabilities, this small place takes centre stage in the island. Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa takes on this mission very seriously and have created a healing centre to bridge the wisdom of traditional values and modern day living.

A Personal Welcome At Huntsham Court, Devon

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Hotels


Walking into Huntsham Court is like a breath of fresh air and that’s not just because it’s surrounded by acres of land. No. I’m talking about the relaxed laidback down-to-earth attitude of owners Damien and Chris who will meticulously tailor make your stay at this retreat in Devon feel like an adventure of your lifetime. So dedicated are they to execute this that they invite their guests beforehand to ensure they are happy with the venue. If you want the entire furniture rearranging in a particular room, consider it done.

Back to Basics Weight Loss at Hacienda Retreat Granada

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Travel



It’s almost 8’o’clock in the evening, I’m sat watching the sun go down in my beautiful surroundings at the Hacienda Retreat, amidst miles and miles olive groves, yet all I can think of is food.In fact the waft of broccoli and spinach soup as it’s brought out of the kitchen has never felt so inviting. I’m just coming out of my fast which began 24 hours ago in rainy and dreary England. I had agreed to take part in a week long detox retreat run by Results Weight Loss founder Joe Hanney.

The Blue Palace, Crete

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Hotels, Travel


Amidst the collapse of the Greek economy, package tour operators seem to have all but forgotten Crete as a place to visit to let go of any worries be they financial or emotional. However, this little island with its 1,000 kilometre long coastline dotted with numerous  caves, bays and peninsulas, has a lot more to offer.