Swiss-Belhotel Segara Resort & Spa
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... who knows if any of its true i thought..
But upon getting home and googling him.. he was rapping in 5 languages and performing at huge corporate events including KPMG Shanghai, in hip hop attire..... !
He can be seen here:
and, of course his OOOOficial page:
... visit bali… I was called Mrs Adam for these few days which I gave up in the end correcting, was easier to just say agree and get on with my day haha. The location though, compared to Sanur was a little different, not as good in my opinion as the beach was smothered in fishing boats and bouys tied up all along the shore, there is no way you could go into the sea for a swim, which was an awful shame, and the beach wasn't as picturesque ...
... the little boy was in pain but he also
new what was going on around him.
He was so cute and even though the conditions are nothing like Christ
church or anywhere else, he was much loved and cared for. He was clean and dressed well. I don’t know what his long term
prospects are, but I would guess he wouldn’t live for very long. There was another three children
playing in that room, so I eventually started hanging out ...
... suitable restaurant, and managed to find one which serves Balinese food. There are more western food than local food. The open-aired restaurant also has a live band singing and entertaining the patrons having dinner. We ordered our food and ate there. After eating, we decided to head back to the Villa as there is really nothing much that appeals to us in Bali Collection.
We lazed around in the villa, watch TV before hitting the sack and rest for the night.
... I know! I'll call my friend **************ered the transfer from the airport to the hotel and see if he is available. One of the recommended ways is to have a local driver and negotiate a fixed rate for services. From my experiences in Kuta the day before, I knew that they were a dime a dozen, they were literally begging for work. I could perhaps work out a good deal with him to drive me around.
I spoke with him and he advised ...