The Samaya Bali
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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We safely made our way from Kuala Lumpur to the small island of Bali in Indonesia. It had been in question since Mount Raung had been erupting for the last month and while we were in Beijing, BBC was reporting that the Bali airport was forced to close due to the heavy ash cloud in the air surrounding. But luckily the winds had shifted and the ash …
... funny man! Speaks very good English and has travelled a bit so very entertaining. He also has a 7 seater car which Mitch loved cos Lewy kept falling asleep on our laps as 4 of us were squished in a taxi.
Johnny picked is up at 8.30 and took us to Bali safari and marine park, it's expensive by Bali means but to be honest well worth the money! We got to see piranhas eating chickens (dead ones), Balinese dancing, elephant bathing and feeding, we did the safari your where we ...
... ending up totalling about $2,550. I transferred the money remaining in my checking account into my savings account, which is not accessible by ATM, and asked the bank to cancel my debit card, so I hope that put a stop to this siphoning.
When I went back to the bank where this all started, I was met with total denial of any responsibility. As the only place I’ve used my debit card since we’ve been in Bali is that particular ATM, and the ...
... to Bali, especially Melanie and Rommel, so after settling into our rooms, we went to a nearby Italian restaurant (the closest restaurant to our villa) for an early dinner and called it a night.
Another fantastic amenity that was included with our villa rental was full access during our stay to a nearby country club called the Canggu Club. Located just 5 minutes from our villa, the club included a huge water park, swimming pools, fitness center, ...
... a bank card. My debit card in fact! A few panicked calls to the bank and the card was stopped and a new one sent home hopefully in time for Mel to bring out to Thailand (thanks Mel). The rest of the morning was spent getting sunburnt on the Kuta beach and getting our hair cut for a grand total of £1.70, I'm sure she was using scissors you use to cut and paste in primary school! Now it was time for the excessive and extravagant flash packer moment we had been ...