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TravelPod Member ReviewsKedin's II Kuta
For the price, the room was nice and we loved the pool! We spent quite a bit of time there since the beaches were sometimes too crowded. The only unfortunate part was some people didn't know how to watch over their children and they went wild in the pool, yelling and splashing. It was my only complaint however it's not the hotels fault. Although, they could have perhaps said something to the parents.
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... involves running the gauntlet of local store owners, each of whom want to sell you the same tat you don’t really want or need, and this gets annoying after a very short amount of time. There are also lots of beggars, far too many young children sent out to sell stuff to tourists all day long, and more timeshare touts attempting to "not sell you anything" than any one place needs.
The truth is, our attitude has ...
... cheap, well not all of it. I made a little mistake and ordered lobster that i assumed was cheap because everything else was 2-5$. This was a big mistake as it winded up being 70$ haha I was not a happy camper as they had tricked me into getting it. you live and you learn the hard way sometimes. This was at Blue Marlin Restaurant!
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The time I ...... Met Rachael from Cape TRIB at the airport and shared a cab with her to Seminyak, which is not even my original plan. Hung out with her at the burger bar drinking Bintang beer after being lost for an hour an half trying to find our hostel in a way way street hahah. Met Bobo and his beautiful children on the beach who was selling surfing lessons and undersell as with chairs. Spent my days playing with the little cherubs. 6 and 11 they sure know how to ...
... at us he gave in returning the card!
Win! Luckily I managed all these exactly a minute before my sister cancelled her card.
With the card in our hands, laughing at the situation we slept to dream
about what else Bali had in store for us!! ( lesson number 4: never
withdraw money from an ATM that is not attached to a bank , at night or
on a weekend in other words just stick to bank ATMs during work hours )
p.s. mummy I am ok
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Tapping the horn before entering the many blind turns I listen for the reciprocate sounds of oncoming riders. With the exception of a handful of trucks used as public transportation there are no other four ...