The Ulin Villas & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... We turned up at opening time, 11am, to nab a much-prized beach bed and proceeded to spend the day sipping Bintangs to reduce the financial damage, with the odd Cocktail, and swimming in the infinity pool overlooking the beach. There is no entry fee but there is a minimum spend of about 25 pounds for each group bed throughout the day... easily done with drinks and a delicious lunch... not even London prices! If you are heading to Bali anytime ...
... in it and then we spotted tv cameras.
We have stumbled across a few of these over the years and it is a privlidge to be involved. You might come for many years and never see this.
We would then work our way back for lunch, then on to the jewellers to pick up our stuff being repaired etc and then to hotel for a swim.
So Tina Shop was unfortunately closed in preparation for their sale (but I didn't know this).
Soul Sisters had me in Heaven. ...
... on the toilet about turning a knob. It turns out it was a bit like a built in bidet. I missed the part about making sure you were sitting on the toilet first, so I tried it before I even sat down. Needless to say, I soaked myself, then jumped out of the way and had the spray hit the mirror and soak the whole bathroom. Lach took one look and instantly regretted opening the door at my screams. Anyways, toilet paper is good enough for me!
As we ...
... the 1990's but was completely renovated 2 years ago. After enjoying the breakfast buffet we took a stroll along the beach, enjoyed a piña colada pool side and then retired to our room where we promptly fell asleep at 5:00 PM - apparently traveling for 20 hours really does knock you ...
... actually go out and have some fun! Even within that first hour of being on Bali, there was a HUGE difference in the culture and attitude compared to Java. Bali is an island that is majority Hindu and very relaxed, whereas Java was Muslim and extremely conservative (especially Solo - the least westernized city on all of Java). We got to the villa, dropped our bags and took a walk to get some lunch...we were starving since ...