The Seminyak Suite Private Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... down the closet". They make you feel like family as soon as they say Welcome!
Bali is a great place so far, we have had a surf lesson, explored a market and went to a fancy beach club (not out style at all). A lot in 3 days. We hope to learn more surfing while we are here as well as snorkelling and persuading Mum to let us hire a couple of motorbikes. By the way, Happy Father's day.
In the early afternoon after our morning classes, two friends that I met through volunteering brought me on their weekend journey to Kuta and Uluwatu. We visited the scenic Uluwatu temple that sits 200 feet above crashing waves on a steep cliff that overhangs the Indian Ocean. Monkeys stroll leisurely on the walkways, eating lychees by the handful and basking in the evening light. On Saturday we travelled to ...
... Her favorites were "Big Red," a long tubular twisty slide, and "Rainbow" which required the rider to take a mat and assume a stomach down position. Since there are 4 lanes to Rainbow, racing was a side benefit of this slide. There were two steep dips, after which you splash into standing water at the bottom. I loved this one too. The scariest slide was the "Super Bowl" that has an initial steep drop, after which you are unceremoniously dropped into a bowl (causing ...
... and they are also well kept.
Today has been our last day of relaxation before a bit of retail therapy in Hong Kong and then onwards to home.
We have not really stuck with the local food options here in Bali as we did so effectively in Vietnam and Cambodia. Tonight is italian night, for example. Oh well, back to noodles in Hong Kong we think.
... directions – it’s an assault on the senses compared to what we’ve known recently. We check in and find our room is facing onto the street – great for people watching, potentially terrible for sleeping. We head out for some food and eat the best thing we’ve had in ten days. Then we try to sleep, which is something of a challenge given the music continues on well into the early hours then some European footballs fans (Belgian ...