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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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... to shop, purchase daily food supplies like milk, fresh fruit, beer, lollies, bread etc. Our outlook is over the pool through the coconut trees into the rice paddy fields.
Gary gets up and does his pool laps in luke warm soft feeling water. Boys get up and put on one of the 65 DVD's they bought. I get up about 7am.
Our staff come through and begin with cooking banana pancakes, fresh fruit, bali coffee, they ...
Very early start heading to the base of Mt Batur via a coffee plantation for a selection of tea and coffee with pancake. The ascent commenced at 4am for around 90mins in the dark. Armed with a flashlight we made it up to the summit at 1717m just before ...
... of a busy intersection which we were later able to identify as Arjuna the Archer, who is standing on an elephant in what seems like a garland of serphants. We stopped in the town at the Tutmak Expresso Cafe ( next to the football field) for a decent cup of coffee. Unable to order just drinks it seems......Terry ordered a Chicken salad to share. It wasn't anything special, the Chicken was too chewy and the salad pretty mediocre with only a few leaves, a couple ...
... for me to never fully taste it. Maybe that’s what kept me hungry for the 10 years I competed.
One year at training camp in Arizona Dave yelled at us "When you want to wrestle we are lifting and playing soccer. When you don’t want to wrestle we’re wrestling. That’s it." We tried to understand or at least I did then. It wasn’t until today that I realized his lesson. I laced up my shoes to go running. I’m behind in my ...