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TravelPod Member ReviewsMasa Inn Kuta
One classic in Kuta. Really good quality for a low price. My favourite place in Kuta for a stop over. Two swimming pools and good breakfast. It is not wonderful, but enough for some days.
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... back to Korea and hop on Amazon to recoup my whole Indonesian budget! As I staggered back to the hotel( heat was chronic!) all the locals were laying little baskets of flowers and incense everywhere I'm assuming in preparation for the Chinese New Year. I ask a local, she spoke no English, my Indonesian is 0%, we both quickly realised that the chance of communicating effectively was zero, so we parted ways...and it was time for my midday ...
... and come and go to act out their parts through dance. Luckily I had a paper that explained the story! It was beautiful and I was sorry when it finished. The setting made it all the more spectacular. After their performance a huge fire was lit in the centre made from coconut husks and spread out. My jaw dropped and I think I said a rude word when I saw a man on a hobby horse made from coconut palms dancing in the flames in a traditional Trance ...
... locals. We change and the enter. It's warm but not piping hot. Neither of us is overly impressed a finishing in the smaller which is mildly warmer we head to hunt a massage. The one above can only do one at a time. Choosing the small spa we both have Balinese massages. It's very nice and the music doesn't grate as much. After the spa we change and head bag to Made. Our next stop is in Lovina for lunch. A buffet again as I'm sure as Made recommends it they get commission. We ...
... there from England with the girl's mother. We had been munching on a cob of corn we bought off of the back of a moped furnished with a grill on the passenger seat. We paid what the guy asked us, not willing to negotiate down from 20,000. The English gal next to us was taken aback with that price, stating she would NEVER pay more than 10,000 for a corn. Kelcy and I sat there, loving that they were having a hissy over a dollar when ...