Villa Tresna

Address: Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Seminyak

The Day of The Longest Night!

A travel blog entry by cusan on Aug 19, 2015

1 comment, 33 photos

... on his own. What happened next wasn’t pretty, but I’m sure you can guess. No photos I promise! Revenge of Bali Belly. I was up practically all night, rushing to the loo, stomach cramping, aching all over and alternatively boiling and freezing. Lyn tells me I was delirious at one point and convinced I was rafting down the Grand Canyon. There were times I wanted to die. Seriously, hell in paradise. Let’s hope it would turn out to be a 24 hour bug!

Seminyak, bali

A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Jan 10, 2015

50 photos

... were hooked, the little thing is the best way to get around. So the next morning we extended our one day rental to the day we planned to leave, this dropped the price even more. We paid a grand total of 30$ for the week we had the bike, including gas which was conveniently sold every 200 ft. The gas stations are simpler here, it is a rack of absolute 26er bottles filled with gas.
The next morning we wanted to check out the beach between Seminyak and Kuta. This beach ...

It's not just the mushrooms that are magic

A travel blog entry by timandvikki on Jan 08, 2015

7 photos

We were relieved to find our driver, Fredy, amongst the hordes of shouting and gesturing agents of different travel concerns outside the port gates of Benoa. He quickly took us to his lovely, air-conditioned car, gave us each a bottle of cold water, and off we went.

He took us first to the seaside temple of Tanah Lot, set on a rocky precipice out in the water, that one can walk out to at low tide and is awash in the waves at high tide. We happened to arrive during a high ...

Back out on tour

A travel blog entry by tridentalx on Aug 23, 2014

10 photos

... jam that would be well at home on Sundays in an English coastal town. Nevertheless we have a wander here and buy some small souvenirs. Then it is time for the driver to take us back to the hotel. The 43km take us well over 2 hours due to some crazy traffic jams around the outskirts of Sanur and Denpasar.

Well worth the day out but we are surprised by how much this side of the island is built up and the traffic (which wasn't too bad we were told).


May 2014 - Episode One, The Big Blue Button

A travel blog entry by dutchnat on May 26, 2014

4 comments, 4 photos

... pram, a porta-cot and six people, and then queuing up for another 15 minutes, we finally get the nod to approach the immigration desk with our stack of passports. Despite being born in Malaysia, Kitsey is a non-citizen - effectively stateless until she was granted Australian citizenship by descent around a month after her birthday. Since then, she has become an Australian citizen unlawfully residing in Malaysia because she doesn't yet hold a visa (oops). As a result, after ...