Villa Air Bali boutique resort & spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... by. Bali’s largest and still active stratovolcano Gunung Agung (3031m) which last erupted in 1963 was imposing as ever and always in view as we finally made it to our destination.
So for $36 NZD each we managed to arrange the rafting which included transport and lunch which we thought was a steal. The rafting is advertised as grade 3/4 but this time of year seemed more like 2/3 however I imagine it to get better ...
... shown how to cook and serve the meals. We made a Balinese soup as a starter, a satay chicken dish with yellow garlic rice and chicken pepes for the main course and a coconut and palm sugar pancake for dessert. Cooking the food was actually really straight forward and simple, the only difficult thing at home will be finding and being able to afford all the spices and other ingredients that aren't available to us in every normal supermarket. After all the cooking had been done we ...
Today I'm heading to Bali for the first time in my life, I sitting here in the airport waiting for my plan to depart to go to Bali, its now 9:30am and my plane will be leaving at 10:00am. I'm starting to get a little nervous every minute the clock clicks over, I'm not the best flyer and it's an 8 hour flight, will be interesting.
Its now 6:00pm and 3:00pm ...
... lose yourself in. I convinced Tom to join me again at Yoga and although I could sense his furrowed brow as the teacher discussed finding inner peace, I think he did enjoy the workout, enough anyway to get him to go again. On the last night, just when I thought we missed our chance to watch a Balinese dance, I overheard a couple of girls buying tickets from a vendor on the street for a show about to start in few minutes, I whisked Tom off to ...
... early and flagged down a taxi. For 100,000 rupiah (5.38GBP) each, the taxi man would take us there, sit and wait for 4 hours while we chilled on the beach and then bring us back.
This was the boys last day before flying back to Thailand, so I was hoping this beach was as incredible as they had described and it wasn't going to be a massive flop. After a nerve wrecking journey 40 minutes for me, with a crazy driver of a taxi man and a few cheeky photo opportunities for Elliot ...