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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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Heiss, schwuel und haeufiger Regen, da tut unser Svimmingpool vor unserem Zimmer gut; ansonsten sind wir umgeben von Horden von Touristen, die die hier in Kuta abends die Sau rauslassen und sich dann tagsueber davon erholen!
Hier gibt es nicht nur ein Hard Rock Café sondern auch ein HR-Hotel und -Parkhaus!!! Wieder eine Gitarre fuer Tiana. …
When we reflect back on the range of multicultural experiences we have had on this adventure, we can see that some have required us to move outside of our comfort zones - like relearning how to ride a motorbike and then throwing ourselves into Asian traffic insanity. Others - like taking on a new language or pushing our physical limits practicing intense yoga routines - have required significant commitment. We have continued to find what we ...
... own clothing, which is fantastic, they have amazing pop art type pieces on the wall and above all, they buy old motorbikes and do them up. The work shop is incredible to walk through and even though I am not a motorbike fan…. these bikes were seriously cool. They had from Harley Davidsons to Honda's which had been spruced up to look like cruisers. They had rebuilt all the cosmetics on the Harley and even had added a gear ...
... but they asked politely and we took pictures with them. Though, a pair of blonde bombshells in barely there bikinis tanning got far more pictures with the locals than we did, there was a proper queue running there.
Among the things we explored in Kuta, were:
- a music shop that sold all kinds of Balinese musical instruments. I bought one stick with dried nuts that when you shake them they're pretty loud. I use it in my classroom :)
- Balinese massages ...
... our way by 12.15. Clearly we were still high on some kind of retail therapy euphoria, because in the real, lucid world there is no way that was going to happen!Lunch hit the table at 12.10, I franticly shovelled mediterranean pasta salad into Mookie's face (up his nose, probably in his ear), and Snubs had all but one bitterballen wrapped into a napkin and squirrelled into the pram basket. Munch jumped up to pay the bill, I sculled the rest of his pina colda - just trying to ...