Travel Blogs from Seminyak
... starting on her tan. The beach wasnt far from our hotel at all! It was maybe a 10 minute walk? Which for me would probably be like an hour by myself because of all the shops lined up on the walk to the beach LOL ya right! Becca would NEVER let me walk that street on my own because 1. I love shopping, i blame my almeda side of the family and ate april hahaha, and 2. I dont bargain well at all, especially knowing that I was a Balinese millionaire. Our ...
... concentric circles around an altar which forms a stage. They call this choir gamelan suara, gamelan being a Balinese musical percussion instrument. The term "Kecak" echoes much of the sound you hear, a rapid-fire repetition punctuated by rising and falling notes and solo singing with the "kecaking" in the background. Think "chak chak chak chak chak (ad iinfinitum)" with occasional yips, clicks, pops and actual sung words. The story is acted out by three women (we think) and several men ...
... a meal at a restaurant only once a week. Although we have already been known on two occasions to find ourselves sat up at the pool bar chatting away to some ex-pats and locals and being coaxed into going out for a bit of Gangam(sp)?style dancing for the night, only to find ourselves crawling in around 1:30am having spent the next days budget - oops. - insert here: " arriving home in 3 months due to budget being spent too quickly"! Ah but it's so worth it and ya only live once right. ...
... not just
Myself, I have to admit that except the commercial part, people are
extremely kind, welcoming and helpful. People are smiling, are
relaxed and this makes a big part of the fun of being here. I just
played pool with Putu who is one of the guys who work in my hotel.
He's always trying to make things easier. So if you come to Bali,
that's something worth knowing : KINDNESS EXISTS.
Good night... ...
... the path weaving our way around the rugged coastline all the time knowing we were right on the edge of the cliff. The path becomes steep in parts as we made our way up to the top. The temple itself sits on a peninsular of land that hasn't been eroded away by the crashing waves below and the locals believe it's because the gods have been protecting the temple of Uluwatu that sits on top. The surrounding cliffs have been decimated by erosion and I have to be honest I was ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking