Umah Watu Villas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... purchased on the streets of Seminyak. None of us had the energy to make it till midnight, so we popped a bottle a Champagne around 10pm and called it a night. The next morning, Marci and Paul had to leave to join their riverboat cruise in Vietnam and Cambodia (the same cruise our family had just taken, except in reverse). It was an emotional goodbye as we wouldn't see them again until the summer. Our large villa felt a little empty after they were gone. It was just ...
... A dead straight road heads relentlessly upwards to about 1500m where we come to a stop at a village called Batur and the driver shepherds into an unprepossessing restaurant. OMG though! What a view from the table we are seated at. Straight across to Lake Batur flanked by hills. The photos are a much better explanation. We eat a fairly ordinary, and rather pricey by Balinese standards, buffet but the view is worth it.
Once lunch is done we head back down the straight ...
... throw you a smile as you pass by. Add him to the list of villagers who do the same as you pass through their villages every day. Add as well the countless people on their scooters who patiently wait, then smile, as yet another "westerner" makes a zillion mistakes learning how to drive in their country. Also add to the list of little things all those people who have eagerly and patiently helped me daily as I have practised speaking this new language, including the ...
Took Tiger Airlines for the first time and flew for around 3 hrs to get to Bali. And upon landing, collected my luggage and went on to look for a taxi to fetch me to my stay at Brown Feathers BnB at Seminyak.
Although the name of the stay is called Brown Feather Hotel, its definitely not the usual ...
... out of stone heads. People were queuing like a snake to get cleansed by each water jet and seemed to be never ending as more joined in. It was good to watch and they were clearly enjoying their experience. I wandered around the whole area, very large with one area having a band playing chanting sort of music while locals offered their goods at the alter. All very colourful and fascinating. After an hour we all arrived back at the car and head off ...