Bali Swiss Villa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBali Swiss Villa Seminyak
This was a lovely hotel, hidden away down the dirt roads. We had a 2bdrm with a private pool...very very nice. In the morning the chef came to your room and cooked breakfast...very fancy!! The staff were very friendly and helpful.
Only negative thing is that the light in the bathroom wasn't very bright but besides that i would recommend this hotel and having your own pool was a great bonus!!
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... had told us that the deserts were to die for so we made sure we didn’t fill up too much on the earlier courses to ensure room for them. I stupidly didn’t photograph them – was too busy drooling! But we ordered 5 tiny little desserts then just kept rotating them round the three of us having a taste. We had a very rich chocolate mudcake with like a peanut sauce, a pannacotta, a crème brulee, a mangosteen sorbet and a parfait which had the ...
... more like it but much the same as having bought from DollarMart kind of shops in NZ or Aust.
The boys are all sporting a new Bali Bintang Beer singlet as we make our way out for dinner.
Gary is enjoying the pool, relaxing reading books in the 'left behind' library. Kyrian is doing well with his broken arm. We got him some batik scarves (like small sarongs) to make some trendier slings to hold his arm up, ...
... it was the most expensive coffee in the world (Australians and Americans pay over $50/cup for it in US and Australia) because the cherries are passed through the digestive system of cat-like animals (called Luwaks) before they are opened and roasted, which gives it a "unique" and "exotic" flavour. Mmmm, sounds delicious, right? There's picture attached to this entry that tells the story of the Luwak coffee process if anyone is curious! After ...
... and showed us around in a way that made sure that we saw it all and didn't interrupt any of the ceremonies that were occurring. The temple was beautiful and impressive and up the slopes of Mount Agung, so the views from the top were also stunning. We met a little girl at the top whose English was so good that she talked us into buying postcards from her, somehow, after Angkor, a scam that we've become a lot more accustomed to and resent a lot less. On ...
... to hotel. By this time it's almost midnight so time for bed.
Got to sleep in a little (8:30am). Clean, have breakfast, walk to beach. Had some guys by the beach trying to get me to go check out condos (timeshare like scam). Locals in Seminyak area got annoying constantly asking "taxi", "transport" or this or that. Back to hotel to meet up with my driver for the day.