The Seminyak Suite Private Villa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... found a place to stay in a hotel that only cost us £5 for the night. We went to find a place for lunch and stayed chatting for a while before heading back to where we were staying. We all had some chill out time and I used the wifi to plan the next few weeks. Maddi and I both decided we wanted to go to Borneo so looked into flights, prices and options etc. In the evening we were getting ready to go out for food when it started to storm. I didn't ...
... for both of us). The hotel and rooms are very clean and modern. There is a pool and restaurant which is nice. We were both bursting to see Kuta Beach which we have heard so much about. Upon first-day impressions, I can assure you Bali is (by far) my favourite destination so far. It's indescribable but it makes you count your blessings. Scott and I walked along the beach and watched the HUGE waves and people learning to surf. There are tonnes of ...
... resist buying anything – it was all quite expensive. Our next stop was to see the Barong dancers. This was really good – we were given a page telling us the story behind the dancing. It was highly entertaining and quite risqué in parts and had the audience – many of whom were school children – laughing their heads off.
Next stop was a very pretty temple –although whilst I appreciate ...
... to surf out with Colby and Barbie in L.A. Our prior experiences did not instinctively kick in and we both started as B1 (beginner beginner students). One of the best parts of our class were Stewart and his daughter Claire. Stewart and his wife came to Kuta (from Sydney) to celebrate their anniversary and brought their three daughters along! Stewart, just like some encouraging fathers that we know, cheered for all of us when we stood up, or ...
... juice and rub a spice cream into it. We'll see!!! Early that evening I met a South African girl who actually lived in Mosman Park. She was up here while she waited for her Australian Visa to come through as she had a job working as a Social Worker in the Northern Territory with Aboriginal Communities. She was very interesting and passionate about her work. On Friday I met Hilda from Norway who is about the same age as me ...