Banjar Villas And Spa Hotel Bali
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... on the high end. Most accommodation is less than $100 a night. The service at Seri Villas was so
attentive. Every request we had
they delivered with a smile. Our
bathroom was all outdoors- making for a very different experience ;) While
showering, lizards and caterpillars are crawling up and down the walls next to
you, and one night during a heavy rain the oversized stone tub was incredibly
relaxing to soak and listen to ...
... of asphalt, maybe a car and a half wide. Many potholes. No streetlights. Overall not too many places to eat. The built up side of the island is split in the middle with a small ghostly in the dark "downtown". South of it there are the upscale villas and restaurants built into the steep sloping hillsides overlooking the ocean. To the north are beaches, budget guest houses and waterfront bungalows. We walked to town and ate at Hero's overlooking the ...
... front desk
... lunch in a beautiful open air restaurant situated next to a large rice padding. There was a lovely breeze and view. The Balinese family that sat at the next table had a cute little girl, maybe a year old. She had a beautiful smile and flirted with everyone. We think that most Balinese people are happy and give smiles freely.
In the afternoon, we stopped at the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. As we entered we were warned to conceal our cameras, jewelry, keys, ...
... However, surfing can still be challenging, if you are new to the activity. Bali is an internationally recognized surf spot for with Kuta, Sanur, Padang Padang and Uluwatu beaches. Reached Bali, but not interested in surfing? Well, it is a crime if you cannot at least give it a try or two. You don't need to be a pro, but try to have a feel.
If you are planning to learn surfing, Pro Surf School has been awarded as the best surf school ...