Just on my own on the beach. There were some places up in the mountains that offer yoga/meditation retreats that sound pretty cool.
Not really sure about Hindu's drinking habits but the people I met were all very cool. Very open, friendly happy people. It's an interesting religion/philosophy. Going out early in the morning you see people doing their morning ritual of blessing their homes or business, all of which seem to have a small shrine built in. Saw a guy one morning in the parking lot of his restuarant blessing it for the day with flowers, holy water and incense. They lead very open spiritual lives and seem to me very peaceful moderate people for the most part.
The trip was mainly for my wife's work. It was a reward trip she was selected for so we had two morning meetings we had to go to. They turned out to be really cool. Great speakers, one of which was Jerry Lopez, surfer, yogi, entrepremeur. He did a little breathing exercise with the crowd that was cool then talked about his life as a surfer and building boards in Hawaii and Bali. I guess when you grow up in Hawaii as a surfer there are only so many places you can go that are better. haha Both days they wrapped up the day with a musical performer. First day was a group called X Ambassadors. I'd never heard of them but they were pretty good and I recognized one or two songs. Second day was...Alicia Keys...we were blown away! Such an amazing singer and just seems so full of joy.
Probably the coolest thing we did was the Monkey Forest. Awesome little jungle sanctuary full of monkeys and a sprawling hindu temple. It was like walking through a Raiders of the Lost Ark scene.
So lack of good beer aside it was a great trip. I'd like to go back again but there are lots of other places on my bucket list too.