The Residence Seminyak
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews The Residence Seminyak Bali
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... no. Enough said. Thankfully our driver was ready and waiting for us when we arrived, eager to ferry us off to Sari Villas Sanur, after he stalled the van 27 times. The location of SVS is brilliant - nestled next to Griya Santrian and Villa Shanti, a very short walk to the beach and positioned nicely on Jl Danau Tamblingan, Sanur's main tourist drag. The price is also brilliant - at around $AUD47 per day including a cooked breakfast, and tax. No, that's not a typo. Read ...
... displaying an incredible collection of woodcarvings. We moved onto see traditional weaving and the subsequent garments for sale in a Batik factory.
The final stop was at Klungkung which was the capital until this became Densapar in 1945. Descendants of the Majapahit court fled here from Java in the 15 th century and the Raja ruled from here from that time. The purpose of the visit was to see the courthouse (Palace of Justice or Kerta ...
... Although hustling and busy, it manages at the same time to feel laid back and quite friendly really and cheap cheap cheap. The side streets eventually seem to lead off into paddy fields or forest and interspersed between the shops and stalls are temples, museums and other interesting buildings.
So we visit a palace, entrance free and an art gallery, entrance fee about GBP 7.50 in total for us both. This consists of about 6 buildings ...
... non-touristy that the kids come running out to see you, wave and shout hello. That is absolute charm, and something that gives you a sense of privilege to be experiencing. My ratings of Bali island, from my own experiences are:
FRIENDLY: 9 (disregarding the fake friendliness used as sales techniques in Kuta and other commercialised locations!)
THINGS TO DO: 6
SOCIAL: 8 (as much as you want, but some options lacking taste! Certainly not comparable to some of the Aussie cities)
... is a new challenge to teach to children plus, in my second language; English. Children at the IHF center in Bali are very friendly however we must keep our calm when they running around and don't listen instructions. After all, this is what childhood is, no? I am convinced that IHF Bali offers the necessary complement to the children so they can get a good job and live prosperously.
Open myself to ...