The Sanyas Suite Seminyak
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... on that seat today was so painful! Still beautiful. Driving around through rice fields and a gorgeous temple on the watwe. We also went to the bali zoo where I go to feed an elephant! Amazing but long day. We eneded up sitting on the beach and watching tues sunset beautiful. I also got a shoulder massage from a local woman. I ended up ...
... in a traditional Indonesian cooking class, making a variety of dishes including chicken satay (yummy!), nasi goreng, fish curry, shredded chicken and sambal. The class was extremely interesting and we realised Indonesian cooking is quite similar to that of Indian, i.e. involves numerous spices, flavours and rice. We initially took a trip to the market where we were told about the various ingredients that went into the dishes, including various types of ...
... lawns (being cut by a small army of gardeners - acres of garden by whipper snipper!). We descended to a mid level outdoor cafe using a lift in a huge tower. From our table we looked down into a lush ravine and over several infinity pools with the odd swimmer. I had a macchiato and black rice pudding dessert for morning tea (how wicked but delicious).
Next on our day tour we visited my friend Heather's house building site north of Ubud - an ...
... so the excitement started right from the start :) (being sarcastic, we are not big fans of bikes but it is the only way to navigate the crowded streets not to get stuck in the traffic) When i arrived my wife was already playing with a baby python and i got an amelanistic baby ahaetulla prasina that was absolutely stunning. i was hoping to see this species during the entire trip but this was the first time i saw it live. :)
... I lucked out with a charming 21 year old driver yesterday from Pemuteran. It was a four hour plus drive, but he sang, talked about family, religion, his girlfriends, local customs, and just couldn't have been nicer company. Ari is his name, and he introduced me to Boyce Avenue, a Floridian acoustic cover band. Apparently they have quite a following. Have you ever heard of them?? Today I visited a lovely temple at the end of the island, ...