Desa Seni, A Village Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDesa Seni, A Village Resort Canggu
What an amazing place of pure tranquility and relaxation. From the food and sevice to the location and accommodations this place is heaven on earth!!!
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... pay the damn pin fee to take out some Thai baht that would be useless after that day anyway. But whatever, I was hungry. So with my painfully expensive baht I ordered the first non-meat containing dish I could find (see picture). Never have bland, tasteless cheesesticks tasted so incredibly good! While devouring my meal I watched the show of two apparently extremely religious Thai women ordering all their food double and sending the extra ...
... us somewhat of our experience of the Grand Canyon! Nonetheless, we had a really enjoyable drive to reach the lake, passing small villages, colourful market stalls, hundreds of stunning rice paddy terraces, lots of elderly folk using sickles to cut the rice crops and many locals ambling along the road carrying baskets of supplies on their heads. Bali provided a little bit of luxury and a lot of relaxation, before heading to our final destination and meeting family and friends in ...
Stopped at a store for a few Bintang beers ;) the woman running the store didn't have enough change in the register ( was short 1000 rupiah... Around 10 cents) in lieu of change we were given candy!!! lolllll God we love Bali !!
Spent the evening in our cool cool room watching a Hollywood blockbuster lollllll.
... pill', I answered. So off I went to compare and contrast.
No - it was a different size. It was BIGGER.
So I looked at it and went through mind checks - my matchbox? yes.
Why hadn't I seen the pill before? Ah, yes, Dick had lit the coils each night and must have opened the box from the other end.
I had used another box at the Melati Cottages.
Then from deep back in the memory bank I remembered my Ubud journey last year and my "Meeting with a ...
... Buddha hand. Luckily florian likes to shop too so we weren't having to drag him around which was a big relief. Along the way a promoter for the Balinese dancing show worked his persuasive techniques on us and managed to sell us tickets to the Lotus garden evening performance. With a little time to spare we went to grab an early evening snack at a quirky little cafe just past the market. We were tempted in by its promise of freshly squeezed juices and home baked cakes. We ...