The Studio One at Nusa Dua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that owned a place. Of course he did. We asked him if we could be dropped off there instead of the central palace stop, since we were the only ones in the vehicle. Not a problem. We were dropped off down this tiny little alley and told to walk down another little alley, where we came to a row of different homestays. We walked into one, and they said they did have space and he showed us a little bungalow for IDR250,000 (C$23). The one we stayed in before cost us IDR652,000 ...
... once again for lunch, I actually ate it this time and it was disgusting! I was so glad I was staying at a resort were there was Australian food! We landed in Denpasar, and it was time to hop off the plane and follow the crowd to the next check in and wait for our next flight! Time went so slow and we didn't have to worry about our bags because they were being taken care of. I boarded the plane again, I was so sick of flying, I had travel sickness and my feet and legs were puffy and ...
... small kitchen area to one side. There's a garden in front, and behind is the bathroom. This is a walled off area partially covered by the overhang from the bedroom above. The far end where you shower, is open to the sky. The whole thing sits in a walled compound and is really very private, but you feel a bit exposed at first standing in the shower !!
So quite a fun place to stay but an absolute breeding ground for mosquitoes and we get a ...
... Bali and why it too might not be the best place for a holiday. The taxis in the port are unregulated and the price needs to be negotiated before the journey. Australian dollars are accepted but change is rarely given. Regulated taxis exist but do not enter the port, they are usually upfront about there fees. Money Changers in Bali tend to be a little creative about the way they count and hand out the Indonesian currency and have been known ...
... being hit by surf boards, star movie channel, **** breakfast, towels that stink of dampness, more wooden penis bottle openers, rubbish flakey wifi, "quaint hustle and bustle of seminyak", christmas hangovers, and longest we've stayed anywhere Miles away in a taxi. Got to the area and then half as long again on our road. Driver cheekily said "20 more?" Couldn't really argue, this place is not exactly in the centre of nowhere, it's nearer the far edge of the ******** ...