- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Flamboyant Bali
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... they were the music for the show. The characters started appearing after 15 minutes and we watched the story unfold, slowly.
People started leaving, which was no easy exit, as they had to walk around the dancers to get out. We all thought this was really rude. There were people behind us that sat and chatted throughout the show and then people in front of us who were either taking calls on their phones, sending messages or taking selfies. They were ...
... her dull morning of dive theory. All of us together again we snorkel along the east coast of the island, which has a significant top current heading south, so we walk up and drift back down. We see many green and hawksbill turtles and all sorts of colourful fish, despite this being the stretch where all the boats are moored. By dinner time, we head out to the main road and find a restaurant to have dinner before heading back to bed early to be fresh for diving ...
... Randomly a couple that got on our minibus had also been on our tour of Ha long Bay in North Vietnam, what are the chances?!?! After eventually arriving in Lovina the weather had cleared and we checked into the hotel we'd chosen to spend Christmas in. We had a cool hut with a veranda overlooking one of the pools. We (I) were excited about the pools as this would be the first time since we started out that we'd have a pool! After getting settled and showered we headed ...
... island with really good snorkeling, the latter which was what attracted me there. With a plethora of dive facilities to choose from, I got the warm and fuzzies to bite the bullet and get dive certified. With Jed just having turned 16, it seemed like a good idea at the time. We visited three and picked Manta Dive who is also th number one recommended outfit from a number of sources. Our dive instructor, Emma from Finland, spent some time in the US so she was really easy ...
... with lots of traffic. Bali streets haven't changed much.
The Legian is awesome. Somehow we paid for a suite but it is worth it. Palatial. The staff seem to want to do a lot of in-servicing which was tolerated with extreme good grace when all we wanted to say was "go away' perhaps in much stronger terms.
Spent the afternoon by the infinity pool with a bunch of ...