Travel Blogs from Seminyak
... it was time for the Babes to split - Ruth to head home to Brighton and Sharon and I to transfer to the Domestic Airport. We had a few hours till our Gladstone flight but at least we had the benefit of being able to hang out in the Qantas Club. They've got a barista there now and make damn good coffee - something I was gasping for.
So our flight left on time and by 11.45am we were back in a dry steamy Gladstone - thought we'd left ...
... on and half the screen worked. That's not enough to let me read anything, though, and my creative powers aren't up to reconstructing half of every book I try, though I might have managed with Beowulf, seeing as I had already read the 'snopsis' (copyright, my gran). Airport, airport number one, must sell an e-reader, right? I went through security, which is routine but worth mentioning for being so painless, no queue and no sense of being a potential danger until ...
... didn't know if they had transport organised because they booked their holiday through an agent. This led us on to the plan of hiding in reception with newspapers covering our faces then we would jump out and surprise them. Aha this today's plan, tomorrow's may change... Spent the evening chattering and having a look around Seminyak, much nicer than ...
... tender to the touch and when I looked in the mirror I got a real shock as one side of my hip was enormous and a deep purple colour.
“Sarah come and have a look at this for God sake, I’ve got a one sided muffin top, a huge bloody blueberry muffin top!”
In writing this just over a month later, the swelling and colour have only just receded. To paraphrase Sarah, I am a complete idiot, totally undeserving of any sympathy – ...
... out of the city and in to more of the countryside areas, it immediately became clear that this was well worth the ris...I mean...adventure! Outside of the tourist areas are extremely impoverished, as one could expect, but everyone we saw seemed happy while going about their daily routines. As Barb stated so well, people here smile with their eyes, and I think that generally holds true. Though many have so little, they make do, give thanks and ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility