Lavender Luxury Villas & Spa Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... to spend our first afternoon exploring the local villages. Kids ran around in vast numbers and smoke arose from the makeshift wooden shacks as women cooked exotic foods. People waved and bid us good day as we walked through the centre and headed for the beach. Rumours spoke of a small beach bar, so we headed for there seeking only beer.
The beaches around the island were pristine and quiet, but signs warned of dangerous stone fish and therefore we were unable to swim. ...
... crostini – yum! Have to say that we have had some really superb food in Seminyak, there is a great range of lovely restaurants, which although pricer than your Cendana’s of the world, do seem to churn out some excellent dishes.
After a bit more shopping and the purchase of a watch which subsequently died 2 days later for Ange, we wandered back along the beach to meet Joe. Quick change of clothes then we hopped in a taxi to Tanak Lot for sunset. Our driver ...
You can't spend time in Bali and not check out the beach. So that's precisely what I did in the morning. I got there, stayed for about 10 minutes, decided it was far too hot to lay in the sun (somewhat surprisingly, getting a suntan has never been a problem for me) and promptly returned to the hotel. It turned out to be a 'me' day as I spent all day by the pool. Therefore, there's nothing to report on today, so instead it's time to make a ...
... to the challenge of being noticed, but I would like to see the stats on the strategy's success. On a brighter side, the beach is charming. Long sand overlooking bright blue seas. It was the walk along this beach that reminded me I'd forgotten swimming shorts, and went and made a vendors day by buying some shorts, with et added offer of mushroom shake, which I kindly declined for fear of envisaging actual sticky ...
... also responsible for cleaning all the rooms, running reception, managing the linen, and generally keeping the place running. We've dubbed him Manuel.
Our first day in Bali usually follows the same ritual, breakfast at the hotel, then a short stroll to the beach path and down to Crema on Pantai Karang for a "real" coffee, while Snubs, Mookie, Sheryl and Kitsey play in the sand for the first of around 14,327 times this holiday. The coffee is still great. The view is still ...