Bali Island Villas & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBali Island Villas & Spa Seminyak
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... leg - I've even been known to leave the room for a bathroom break and drink of water! This, as Nancy and others have pointed out, is really about avoidance - avoiding the next posture or the rest of the practice or maybe avoiding finishing and going to work. :) So, this morning I arrived on my mat determined to not fidget - not one fidget! I wouldn't care if my top mat ...
... and a full service airline. Always go for the local type breakfast. My indo chicken rice was very tasty.
Bali's airport has been upgraded. It wanted to be. Having said that, the last time I came was 14 years ago. I thought that the security was lax so it does beg the question, how did Shapelle get caught? She must have been really dumb.
The taxi trip to the legian ...
... news that we had received an upgrade to a room worthy of an Arabian prince. The swimming pool right outside made it tempting to withdraw there FOREVER. However, as it so advertises, it was a short walk from the city centre which allowed us, free from the constraints of a 2-wheeler people carrier, to explore the town. It was here that we walked through the 'Monkey Forrest'. I had been a little wary, knowing the Asian tendency to mistreat ...
... turn for a bite...
And some pics Matt took of a ...
... evening sea breeze and all of my impending work deadlines and key deliverables are forgotten :). Munch and I while away a couple of hours over a few rounds of drinks engaged in the Tokay quest (see below) and head off to bed around 10.30, only to wake up at 5.15am to the usual chorus of roosters crowing their chickeny little lungs out, and the soft flip flopping of the hotel staff picking up the flowers that dropped overnight to use them in the rooms. 5.15? ...