Bali Island Villas & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBali Island Villas & Spa Seminyak
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... seemed unphased and drove on. We caught a taxi to our hotel but after driving around for 30 mins in Seminyak (our destination) it appeared our driver was lost. We searched high and low but giving up, we booked into a luxury hotel.... it was worth it in the end, as we fell asleep in a luxury bed at 4.30am the following morning as opposed to arriving at 8pm the same day we set off! We had been up over 24 hours.
We left our hotel at 8:30am and started our journey with our private driver. Our first stop was Batubulan where we watched the Barong dance. As you can see from the photos it was very colourful!! We then headed to Monkey Forrest. I was very scared to go here as I have heard they are vicious! There was no surprise when I walked out of the Forrest 5 minutes after entering! There were monkeys everywhere, jumping all over you. My nerves got ...
... room.. so at 12:30 at night I had to pack all my bags again and I had to move rooms! My new room was at the very top of the hotel and I had the best view you can get when you stay at the Eden Hotel.
So today I got up bright and early around 8:30 to see the amazing view from my hotel room, and wow it was worth getting up that early!
... on Koh Tao it was decision time. Was I to follow my original plan to Koh Phangan for the Half Moon Party, or use the money I would have spent probably creating the worst hangovers of my travels on the Advanced Open Water course? An easy choice really, Advanced Open Water it was and back to the studies in the evening. Despite the power going out, I finished the questions on the five modules of the course with my neighbour Rachel who was starting her Open Water. Rachel was mortally ...
... ducks and cows in their native language, although as he puts it his chicken is a little rusty.
The area is teeming with other life as well – the water in the paddies is deep enough to accommodate fish and frogs (which eat the mosquitoes, of which there are few). We see all kinds of birds, more bats, fireflies, butterflies, and more of the enormous bees. There are geckos, swallows, flocks of egrets, and we have found ...