The Villas Bali Hotel & Spa
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Babysitting service
- Swimming pool
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... photos with pure excitement but seeing it with my own eyes, just blew my mind. There it was... our private pool! The pool I´ve been dreaming of for weeks. It was even better than expected. After the driver and the cleaning lady who was just finishing up as we arrived had left, we immediately got undressed and jumped into the pool. Best thing ever after a long flight with an even longer layover!
A few hours later we got picked up by Wayan ...
... lucky we didn't eat before the ride, otherwise it could have been a very messy affair.
Finally, we ended our final evening in the bubbly town of Kuta, at a nice Italian restaurant. It is sad to think our Indonesian journey is coming to an end, however it has been an amazing country and really a tale of two islands, Java and Bali. Each island has its unique qualities and has given us everlasting memories.
Next stop is Australia - see you down ...
Day 2 – As I woke up to looking over the Balinese city of Kuta, I smelt the smell of the incense of the local Balinese thanking their God for the bright sunny day. The hotel put on all you can eat buffet with hot bacon and eggs hash browns and lots more. After the buffet I laid around the hotel pool. I was relaxing around the pool when I heard some people talking about a theme park called Waterbom Park. I asked the hotel waitress about this ...
... first encounter with a wild snake - a baby pitviper that was on a hunt. Usually these snakes hide in trees and bushes during the day and when they are hungry they hunt during nigh on the ground small frogs, geckos or mice. Adults are usually ambush predators and wait hidden for the prey to come along before they strike. After some quality time with the baby snake we moved on and not even 2 minutes from this spot we found ...
... island (accessible via a one way bridge). Gorgeous, beautiful, exotic. You know, the usual words can describe our mini road trip. At one point, the road took us to a "mountain" that overlooked the entire island. It was quite a weird feeling for a Coloradan like me to see yourself being surrounded by ocean. On a side note, there are no police on Lembongan. Therefore I think they set the world record for youngest people to drive motobikes. ...