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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews The Ahimsa Seminyak
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We both woke up at 4:30am, I guess our bodies haven't totally adjusted to Bali time just yet. So we lazed in bed and chatted, until 6:30 then we got up and got ready for the day, beach bag packed! We had a great breakfast at our hotel restaurant, eggs, toast, ham and bacon! We headed out just after 8am and walked to "city center" which is about 10 minutes down the road. We were more concerned about seeing ...
Today was a relaxing day spent reading and listening to music in our garden, venturing out for a meal, and cooking our own. Today was our last day at this outdoor bungalow south of Ubud. The next stop was a bungalow overlooking a rice paddy! Listened: Stevie Nicks - Crystal Visions ... Wye Oak - Civilian Willie Nelson - Stardust Read: South - Sir Ernest ...
... made its way to where we were. The Red Snapper was spectacular and the prawns were enormous, but it was the entertainment that really made the place so special; we watched a performance by Balinese dancers and then were serenaded by one of the worst singers we have ever heard. He was part of a band that came and played by your table for tips, and whilst some of the guitarists were good, the singer most definitely was not. After a quick song and an ...
... he could give the room to someone else or if we would need it). Unfortunately he took our payment and was really angry that we were leaving after all, which we do feel a little bad about although our room is rank and he promised us a brand new modern room !! Haha waheyy matey were off! We quickly legged it before he could say anything else and somehow managed to find two guys on motorbikes to drive us and our bags up to the bus, result !! The bus ended up taking us ...
... area. The cab was late and didn’t know exactly where he was going to it got a bit tight for time but in the end we made it there dead on time.
At the Perama office we sat in a waiting room that spanned 3 floors and resembled a kind of grotto complete with Koi Carp pond. One of the staff handed us a boarding pass, a very high tech piece of yellow corrugated plastic, and we joined the other waiting passengers dotted around the building.