Bali Island Villas & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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On Saturday, 27th December I left Sydney airport in a mess and continued that way for my first day in Bali. It was an emotional day; a mixture of excitement and nervousness, not knowing what the future holds. I think what got to me the most was that I was going from Sydney to living out of a suitcase for 5 months, not having a set home for 5 months. I think the transition would have been more smooth had I went ...
This first week, my travel companions are Colin "Boo" Mitchell (my roommate from Stanford) and Andy Mitchell (his brother). Our main HQ in Bali is currently in Kuta, about a 10-15 minute walk from the beach. So far (as of Sunday, April 6th), we have mostly bummed around at Kuta beach swimming, surfing, frisbee-ing, and reading books. And getting VERY BURNED! You only have to be out in the sun for ...
Now three days in Bali, it's just so wonderful.
Each day starts with roosters crowing at 5am, somehow you sleep through. And through the night we've somehow slept through frogs croaking, last night was a big toad making his presence known with long slow droaning croaks.
We are in a rural area of Ubud, up in the hinterland mountain area, takes us 5mins on scooters to get into town (Ubud ...
... The wedding itself was done beautifully. The ceremony was held in a small glass walled chapel overlooking the ocean. There were around 50 guests all turned out in suits ties and posh frocks and everybody kept their ties and jackets on until after the reception. In the high humidity and temperatures in the mid to high thirties it must have been very tough for Rachael in her traditional wedding dress but she seemed to keep her cool and looked stunning ...
... names and in Bali, I think there are 4 main ones, kinda like in Gambo (Pritchetts, Collins, etc...) Shelley found out that she should really not desecrate the Hindu statues that have a sarong tied around its base. The sarong differentiate the decorative statues from the sacred ones. I sure hope we get home safe and sound.
The 90 minute cab ride to Densapar Airport was $30 and was a great deal considering we also got a guide that was ...