Puri Saron Seminyak
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... room and all the rooms are huge – very jealous - think it cost $100 AUD per night per couple but unfortunately our budget wouldn’t stretch to that.
Enjoyed a few beers around the pool then hit the town to grab a bite to eat, turns out the Balinese are great at Mexican food - we enjoyed some amazing tacos and enchiladas – just perfect. Good eventful first day and great to meet up with Liam and his ...
... The spray from it was really powerful and made my hair even more curly!!! Then we went to a coffee and spice plantation which we enjoyed so much! We walked around seeing how they were drying cloves, growing ginger, turmeric, cinnamon, nutmeg, lemongrass, coffee, potatoes, snake fruit, and got to smell some of the leaves that we're so strong but lush! After that we stopped at some rice terraces to take pictures of how they ...
We started a little bit later today because we wanted to see the sunset in Tanah Lot . We headed southeast to the town of Seminyak where we did some shopping. First we went to a huge shopping center to a Wal-Mart like store called Carrefour. It had everything from TV's to appliances to beauty products to food. I think we spent over two hours in there. From there we ...
... the time we made it back to Rock Bar it was just gone opening time of 4pm and we were a dripping mess. Located within the grounds of Anaya Resort the Rock Bar is built out of a cliff, 14m above the crashing waves below. Picturesque? Absolutely. Extortionately overpriced? Absolutely. My aunt and uncle suggested we go there - which I now believe to be payback for taking them on the world's most expensive railway in Switzerland! I'm pleased I went but I don't think I'll ...
... arts classes, all working on that first big novel. The only thing interrupting the vibe are the unfortunate sounds of hammers and saws that often carry through the air as new guesthouses and resorts pop up in every direction.
Away from the center, Ubud is a chill laid back place and definitely a step in the right direction. The time here has done us good, but while enjoyable it is still not quite the Bali we are looking for. The search continues.