Bali Island Villas & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and after arguably the worst nights sleep of our lives we ran, not walked straight to Seminyak. Seminyak is a bit of a party town with a pretty beach, so basically heaven in our eyes. First things first I grabbed the SPF 2000 and spent the days sunbathing for the first time since leaving home. The first evening, for some reason, was spent in gay bars watching go-go dancers shower in glass boxes. I dont think we were their target audience but that didn't stop us. Seminyak ...
... together, dressed in colorful sarongs and decorated with petals. Even though Hinduism is too complicated for me to understand and even for many locals (also, it's different to India's) it's nice that it is a daily presence in people's lifes, that doesn't seem to restrict them too much. Exceptions are the birth of a baby, because is requires you to stay at home for 3 months straight, all the ceremonies after that and the money you need to spend for ...
... as a goal recently in the same journal in which years ago I wrote of living and working in Bali. That journal is magical. Journalism is also very appealing. All things cost money though. Something to take into consideration. The world is my oyster. It has to be as the CEO has gone to do a cross fit session while the rest snooze away and I sit here in the sun and ocean breeze just outside our rooms and think too much.
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So...after just spotting the news about a volcanic eruption on Sumatra, we decided to some digging to find out how active Indonesia is from a geological perspective for no other reason than hoping a volcanic ash cloud might keep us there for a few extra days at the end of our holiday. Turns out it rumbles more than a fat blokes belly at an all you can eat buffet. It rumbles so much, there have been 70 earthquakes in the last 7 days. Yes, you ready that ...
... more than 1 ½ days here, rent a motorbike. The traffic isn’t nearly as intense as Kuta, the roads through the mountains would be hella fun, and there is a lot to explore within 20 km of town. One area has been declared an UNESCO World Heritage site for its stunning rice paddies and dramatic mountain and lake backdrops. This area is a worthwhile stop if you’re in Indonesia for 2 months+, otherwise I might recommend you spend your time ...