The Residence Seminyak
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It was around 6pm local time when we finished teaching kids as part of social work we had this summer. Earlier, my two Austrian friends planned to go to Jimbaran for enjoying the sunset. Yuppp... it's a popular beach for enjoying seafood and sunset written in many traveler book / guide. But then, the plan changed. My friend who has been living in Bali - who also coordinator of this social work, ...
Scott and I had a lovely last supper with the Finken family. We ordered some extra large pizzas before leaving for the airport. We were very lucky with our flight, we ended up on a plane which was only half full which meant Scott and I had 6 seats to ourselves! We slept like babies the whole way! 5 hours later and we arrived at Bali airport. A short £3 taxi ride later and we arrived at Hotel Maria! The hotel is very nice considering the price (£7 ...
... like tops, dresses, hair pieces, runners and all sorts of things. I drove to a little restaurant at the beach and asked for a table for 1, I felt like a bit of a loser but I was happy. I ordered a seafood platter as I was starving. I waited about 25 minutes for my meal to come out, while drinking a coke with no ice! As the water over here is filthy! My meal came out and it looked absolutely beautiful and I couldn't wait to have it in my belly. I didn't know where to ...
... and artistīs workshops – Ubud. Ubud has a population of 30,000 people and recently, it has become difficult to distinguish the town itself from the villages that surround it. Neighboring villages are well-known for unique bamboo crafts and furniture, wood- and stone carving and many other crafts.
After our arrival in Ubud we parked our motorbike right in the city center next to the Ubud Market and went to see the Puri Agung Ubud Palace first. Inside of ...
After our harrowing adventure to get to Bali, we basically recovered on Tuesday.
Roger, our host, directed us to a nearby supermarket and Waynette had this intense desire for eggs.
So, we loaded up on veggies for an omelet and, through narrow streets and alley-ways, made our way back to the house. That's when we met Barbara, an old friend of Rachel from Switzerland.
A film editor by trade, Barbara ...