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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPuri Madawi Seminyak
This little gem is just a short walk to the beach, Potato Head Beach Club, KuDeTa, W Bali and the surf spots of Berawa, Canggu, Echo Beach, Old Mans and in the other direction seminyak, Kuta and plenty of little beach breaks in between.
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The end of our blog starts with Lewys proclamation that this was the best holiday he has ever had! No bad for a kid that has been overseas three times at the age of 4!!!
He has a point though, whilst the first week was full on, the second week was more relaxing and all in all, we have all had a great time. It was good to see the older two kids do something other than have their faces in their phones and great to spend every meal time ...
... walk into town and took some time to visit the local temples and art galleries, hoping to find a memory to hang on our wall back in London. Easter Sunday is a bit of a non-event in Bali and so, deprived of eggs and a roast dinner (hint hint, all hoarded supplies would be very welcome!), we spent time by the pool and treated ourselves to a traditional Balinese massage and facial, which for the affordable price of £18 for 2.5 hours seemed pretty good value! Conducted under a ...
... covered living area, big pool overlooking a black sand beach, and huge bedrooms. The chef was excellent as well. We went out two of the nights to some of the nicest restaurants in Bali. The boys went golfing a couple of times. One day, we had massage therapists come in - one for each of us - and we spent a few hours having massages, facials, pedicures, the works. For about $50 each. Unbelievable. The one downside of this trip were the ...
... a toaster and some sliced white bread was left on the side). The next day was our city sightseeing day which started in Merdeka square which is Malaysian for 'independence'. The square used to have a cricket pitch back in colonial times but still had a large green and a huge flagpole. It felt quiet as the road round the square had been closed off for the Diwali holiday. The city felt very cosmopolitan with a variety of nationalities living and working there. Around ...
We said goodbye to Ubud, an amazing and traditional part of Bali, where we spent our last few days shopping at the Ubud markets, getting a traditional Balinese massage, eating at some great restaurants and visiting a wood carving factory. Since our journey through Indonesia, we have seen many amazing sights, however one thing we didn't see was a beach. The wait is now over as we arrived in our final destination, Seminyak, Bali.
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