Mutiara Bali Boutique Resort & Villas
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Mutiara Bali Boutique Resort & Villas Seminyak
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Hey, so first official travel entry. Bit of a delay, haven't had a chance to sit down, get connected. But here is am. Just had by brekky by the pool.
So flights out of Perth (via KL) to Denpasar were good. Was able to semi-sleep for most of the journey. Arrived in Bali, got picked up by a taxi driver. Driver quoted 150,000 Rupiah to …
... style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8px; line-height: normal;">Oh what a crampy night. Crampy crampy. I was in so much pain. I managed to get up and avoid breakfast, but we had our spa day booked so I had to go out!! But we stopped at a pharmacy on the way and got some antibiotics (I love over-the-counter Asian pharmacies!!) and buscopan for the pain, so we were going to push through to get pampered!!
... ceremony then final massage. Bliss!!! Drinks on Jan's balcony while watching the thunderstorm. Walked to Trattoria, just past Massimo , and had a delicious dinner. Started with complimentary bruschetta and rolls. Then garlic bread and lemon chicken with vegetables and salad. So much nicer than Massimo. Rain almost stopped by the time we walked back to our hotel . It has been a fabulous few days in ...
... will give you looks for just sitting down next to them and to all the rules and gudging... Of course there are many other things I am glad to have again. But I know I'll be bored of them quickly enough. Still, I can't wait to get home. Hug my loved ones, do sport, drive a car, work, help mom and dad, pet dogs, share my bed with the cat, have proper wifi, apply to uni, drink beer at the Oktoberfest.... I am curious about what will happen in the next 6 months of my life. I might even be ...
... little strange for example they told us they fight each other with sharp thorn leaves until they bleed to give blood as a sacrifice. This was mixed with a real modern edge to the village like the fact they had a volleyball pitch and vans shoes and television. All these things made me question how 'traditional' their way of life actually is. Also, our guide was really pushy to get us to buy the wall hangings that his 'mama' had made, constantly telling us how ...