Sun Island Villas & Spa
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... by taxi. We definitely lucked out with the taxi which took us nearly 45mins to get to our location.
We arrived at the spectacular Potato Head Beach Club for our lunch reservation. The building was so interesting, with water features, sun lounges, the ceiling lined with louvered doors and the infinity pool that appeared to touch the ocean.
The girls drank their cocktails out of shells and we enjoyed the scrumptious ...
... us for the past six weeks.
Farewell to six weeks spent with some of the best friends a woman could hope to have - Sharon, Annie, and John.
We'd planned to do and write so much this visit, but it turned out that for me, this time Bali was all about sinking ever deeper into my love of life and pleasure. If you'd like to read a lot more about this amazing place, please see our ...
... of the remainder followed Christianity. Bali is the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned for its highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. Since the late 20th century, the province has had a rise in tourism. Bali is part of the Coral Triangle, the area with the highest biodiversity of marine species. In this area alone over 500 reef building coral species can ...
... Seminyak which is called the Grandmas Hotel - $41 NZD per night – tidy, clean small room with free breakfast and only 3mins walk to the beach – not a bad little setup really. We didn’t really have much time to settle in as I had a dentist appointment booked at 5pm so after haggling a price with a local driver we headed out to Denpasar to find the 911 Dental Clinic to have my bridge stuck back in. The journey took longer than expected at rush ...
... I will have to refer them to Roland, our travelling Psychiatrist. There's gotta be pills for that.
Back in van for a 2 hour journey back to Seminyak for our final cultural experience of Bali traffic jams. 30 minutes to ravel 100 m? OK, I'm exaggerating, its was only 50 m. Anyway, safety back in the hotel. Despite the whinge, all in all was a great day and all for $45 per head, it was a bargain.
Had dinner at ...