Villa Air Bali boutique resort & spa
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Travel Blogs from Seminyak
... and back in again on the tide.
We went back to the hotel and got ripped off again by the taxi driver who must have been financing his own casino in Monaco.
We dined at the hotel which was ok but soulless. To jolly the night, we ordered cocktails and as it turned out, were coloured red, orange and green.
It reminded me of taxi drivers.
... The monkeys with the gum chewed for a long time. Jordon almost got into a fight with a monkey when he tried to pick up a piece of fruit a monkey was looking after. The monkey jumped on his back and tried to bite his elbow! On our way out we had a laugh when a monkey climbed on people's shoulders. Just as one person would walk by he would climb up to sit on their shoulders and they'd squirm to get rid of him and then he'd move on to another passer by. It was comical :) We were hoping ...
... beach day. We did have a little lay in this morning so by the time we had eaten breakfast and had a shower it was the afternoon. We took the 1pm bus to the beach and found ourselves a couple of loungers. We settled down and relaxed after covering ourselves in sun cream. After about half an hour the clouds started rolling in, the looked like they would pass so we stayed put. It was quite a breezy day but with the clouds the wind really started to pick up. After a while, the ...
... been waiting for - Tessa's arrival. She was here to help me play out my journey and was intent on forcing me to blow my now very tight budget. I was very excited about the 12 days that stretched out before us as I began to reflect on the 109 I had left behind.
I met Tessa at Denpasar airport and we spent our first day and night catching up and drinking lots of Bintang - Indonesia's national beer served in 640ml bottles - on the beach and ...
... precariously on top of a rock in the middle of the ocean. It was supposed to be an impressive sight. It turned out, though, that it was just another tourist herding station of mazes and touts. We walked along the bluff past the temple to fins some hidden bays where local surfers had sneaked in to catch some of the secret breaks that were not over populated with tourists.
Surfing Bali day 2:
The first beach was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility