After another succulent breakfast, we checked out from our hotel at Kuta and shifted to Bali Dream Villa located in Seminyak said to be a bliss for honeymoon couples. The private villas were plush, exotic and extravagant.
We were escorted to our room by the Bell boy where I was about to come across the most incredible hotel stay of my life. Room no. 144 situated towards the end provided us the opportunity to explore the entire pathway full of mirrors, sculptures and fully blossomed plants with all colors in attendance. The moment the bell boy unlocked our villa, I was awestruck. It was out of this world. The private pool was full of clear blue’ish water surrounded by green plants all along. Adjacent to it, two wooden recliners were positioned with a sculptured dragon right next to them extending shower facility. Our kitchen cum dining area was well laid out with a gas stove which I made sure I do not use (no cooking please!! :P). The fridge beneath the kitchen slab held our heart shaped honeymoon cake with a cupid arrow piercing it. It was indeed adorable. The door to the bedroom was locked and the moment it was opened, our eyes glittered. Our bed was neat with a heart full of roses surrounded beautifully by two towel-made flamingos. Along the side table, there was a container full of ice cubes and champagne. The bath tub was filled with fresh flowers having enthralling aroma. The lights were dim reckoning more romance to the aura. My eyes met with Mr. Perfect’s and he winked.
The day was spent in leisure by us. In the evening, we were taken to a relaxing sunset dinner cruise around Benoa harbor on a luxury catamaran where I came across a new fashion wave set up loose by the pretty ladies with their handsome hunks. Spaghetti tops, tank tops, LBD, casual maxis, flared dresses, gowns with all sort of glittery accessories were in vogue. Amongst all, stood a fairly aged Indian woman wearing traditional Kanjivaram silk saree with gajra and her husband in a traditional lungi with white silk shirt who looked the coolest than the rest due to their ethnic simplicity and pure love that they exhibited. We were aptly entertained by live musicians playing melodious tracks. The loudest cheers were for the Bollywood songs, thanks to the large number of Indian honeymooners.
We were swayed off our feet with the immense beauty that was unfolding before our eyes. The sight of the orange sky converging with the blue waters at the horizon while the gentle breeze played with our hair was phenomenal. Towards the end, a marvelous live cabaret show by exotic dancers set the temperatures soaring. All the couples danced merrily (our very own ’Tum Hi Ho’ got the best response :J) and enjoyed the delectable international buffet dinner served with some really mouth tempting dishes (even vegetarian meal turned out to be amazing! What a relief it was!)
With fond memories in heart of the day well spent, we rushed back to our hotel and had a peaceful sleep in our lush green villa with the sound of water dripping from the pool.