Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... There was a long Boardwalk located on the water front, lined with different tour offices. Each office offered passage and lodgings to Mabel island, so we chose the cheapest and were instantly shuffled onto a waiting speedboat. Initially I began to wonder at the potential splendour of these islands, for the water was filled with rubbish, and I was wary as to whether such a spectacular change could occur in such a short space of time. However once we escaped the hustle and bustle ...
... the top was superb, a pretty clear day looking over to the west and east of Bali. The walk down was far easier, and we were pleased that we had opted to set off early so as to avoid the midday heat. At the bottom we ordered a pot noodle equivalent and got chatting to one of the local guides Wayan Bon Jovi (yeah right) who gave us lots of info about the temples and his family etc. clearly looking for a tip since we hadn’t utilised his services as a guide for ...
... in Indo. With the sun setting beautifully, we took off to the next country on our list. A turbulent flight did not lend itself well to sleep and so, slightly shaken and very much awakened, we landed in Denpasar. At least some live guitar music from one of the air stewards lightened the mood! A brief journey took us to the Sunset Hotel, where Eva and Megan were awaiting. There was no time to spare, as we dumped our stuff in the rooms and headed out for the night. It's fair ...
... belief that white people have come here to spend. A short taxi from the airport cost the standard 200,000 idr (£10), although the driver did his best to put me in a closer hostel than the one I had asked to go to. After a terrifying but nonetheless safe-in-the-end ride he asked for the charge and a 'little bit for luck'. The brief thought that it was purely luck that had got me there with all my limbs crossed ...
I've always loved the first few moments of the first morning when I wake up and remember I'm in Bali.
Rarely is there silence, so I know that's not it. I actually think it's the fact that you can hear "life" going on around you that makes you feel so relaxed and immersed.
Of course, I hear life going on around me at home as well, but that kind of life is the blaring 7:00am iPhone alarm, followed by Mookie's protest that breakfast has not yet been delivered at ...