Villa Seminyak Estate & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and somewhat dangerous, for 4 hours straight. Right there, on the beach, it was incredible. The beach was packed full of people having a great time. Singles, couples, families and locals - everyone was in high spirits. The walk back was just like any walk back into town after fireworks in any big city around the world - slow and packed! New Year's Day wouldn't have been New Year's Day without some ...
... the more you have the less you share, and the less you have the more you share'. A real insight and a very memorable couple of days. (Ended up not wanting to leave at all).
Arrived to the most cultural part of Bali, Ubud. We headed off to the market which Leanne had recommended. Nat was in her element shopping away, although Kieran did end up with a haiiwain shirt and patchwork shorts lol. We soon got the hang of haggling, realising you can barter to any ...
... her – although she’s been back in Australia a few times I hadn’t managed to catch up with her since we visited her in Dubai.
We caught up on each others news and by that time Nyoman had our meal ready. We had Gado Gado (steamed local vegetables with peanut sauce), Young Papaya salad, Jimbaran style grilled prawns, and Ayam Betutu (Balinese style braised chicken)
After eating all that we were ...
... too much for foreigners, then go back to where you came from. I loved the old days in cheap, almost free in $, fascist Spain, loved St. Thomas and lived with the difficulties. I had a small yacht to get off shore. There was a mess at the PO 凡 here there is no PO. ( real snail mail 6 weeks+ from US)
Every social, intellectual political, religious doctrine, or framework is an impediment to seeing reality clearly and not through a smoked glass darkly. GOOD ...
... of what a home is in gold on a black scroll. We get the same begging to come into each store, but have almost developed a thicker skin or maybe just a bit of a wall around my heart. When we first heard the begging from the shop owners to buy or have a look, or tell us we are their first customer or they need money for their family, we felt quite sad and found it hard to turn away and say no. Actually a lot pf our mobeyat first went on tips, giving money to those begging or ...