Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa, Bali
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we headed back to the beach to watch the sunset (but was unfortunately overcast so we couldn't see much). The beach bars were really cool though and we enjoyed sitting off and draining a few Bintang (the local lager) which is very nice indeed. Out of nowhere, the heavens opened and it threw it down with rain! Everyone legged it from the beach to inside the tiny little bar. The rain and the humidity were to be expected, it is wet season here at the moment! ...
... still a rare opportunity. To walk through different farmers' lands without being questioned, actually being very welcomed, being offered coconut along the way and not accepting money, and eating meals with a wonderful family, that's a true Balinese experience. After the hike, we boarded his friend's 'transit bus' to return us to his home. A beautiful lunch buffet treated us. While the foods are what they typically eat, the abundance was not. It was more like what we'd have ...
... later. Back to the villa and a beer which didn’t touch the sides as we were so thirsty. We sat chatting for about an hour then it was time to change to go for dinner.
We had the most amazing meal at Merah Putih. First we had a cocktail in the bar and the staff are very attentive with great service. The restaurant itself is massive and the décor and ambience quite spectacular. I won’t be able to remember all the descriptions of what we ...
... every ATM we visited. Thirty some hours and two twenty minute phone calls later to our bank in Canada, and the issue was rectified. We discovered that, in spite of having provided a complete travel advisory itinerary before we left, for whatever reason the bank did not register Indonesia as a valid region. How goofy is that? I laughed when I told our hotel manager and friend that she - and her country - apparently do not ...
... off the beach in wood and thatch shacks, and it’s common to see dogs, roosters and the occasional pig roaming the shore, and sadly, the ever present litter.
The next town I went to was Candidasa, which is known for its dive centers. It’s a small place and very quiet. I had some really great snorkel trips there -sometimes the fish surrounding me were so thick I could barely see. Stunning coral as well, so colorful and so many varieties. The tropical ...