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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... to Bali, especially Melanie and Rommel, so after settling into our rooms, we went to a nearby Italian restaurant (the closest restaurant to our villa) for an early dinner and called it a night.
Another fantastic amenity that was included with our villa rental was full access during our stay to a nearby country club called the Canggu Club. Located just 5 minutes from our villa, the club included a huge water park, swimming pools, fitness center, ...
... 2km to the next temple, then a gentle 1,700 stairs (!) up to another 3 temples, including the top most one, we decided against doing an hours detour to see the remaining 2 temples. The walk to the second one was fairly steep, and we could have opted for a motorbike to take us instead, but it turned into a lovely walk – the only thing we could hear was the insects and birds, and the distant calls of groups of monkeys towards the top of the mountain – ...
... at very affordable prices. This inconspicuous Japanese themed grill and
steakhouse is tucked away on the second floor of a row of fashion boutiques on
Jalan Kayu Cendana, right across the road from the Seminyak Square. Open
for lunch and dinner, this loft restaurant features a menu that specialises in
steaks and offers a concept of East meets West through its choice of unique
... split for the last few days before Lydia came. I found a really cool hostel in ubud and went there the next morning. That afternoon I met 4 other people staying there and we all went for dinner at an Indian restaurant, everyone else went out for drinks after that but I had to go to bed cause I had a headache (my body was probably confused cause I wasn't drinking alcohol finally!) The next day there was a group of 9 of us who all rented mopeds ...
... gaps, we progressed along the main road towards Sukawati. The streets were lined with various shops and stalls, amongst them the most popular were stone carvings of deities and intricately carved wooden panels and outdoor furniture. These were interspersed with street food stalls, mini markets, gas stations and tiny places which appeared to be moped mechanics.
I lost count of the number of near misses involving our cab and various other vehicles. I looked at Nay several ...