HARRIS Hotel & Residences Sunset Road
Travel Blogs from Kuta
... on a bike. When they took off I then realised he was pulling us over! WHAT! I told Laura to get out 50,000 Rp ready to bribe the Police. We got off outside a small shop and the guy comes up and says in fresh English 'You stop on the line for people to cross the road!' . . . 'International Licence and Registration'.... I don't have a International Licence so they start to say, 'We charge you 500,000 Rp for not stopping in time ...
... br> Over 4 visits to the buffet, Neil managed to sample all of the below:
Melon, pineapple and star fruit with bircher muesli and yoghurt
Approx. 5 sausages (they were small to be fair)
3 hash browns (bit too greasy)
2 tomato halves
lots of baked beans – seemingly homemade; definitely too big to be Heinz!
1 giant slice of toast
A couple of tiny slices of quiche
2 small pancakes with maple ...
... from our bikes in front of the Seminyak shopping center, two young men approached us with a promotion. Open the card and see what you could win. My card revealed two free tee shirts but Gwynn's card revealed the choice of 7 days in a Bali hotel, a free ipad or $500! The two guys went crazy-- Gwynn had won the big prize! All we had to do was sit for a one hour presentation. We also found out that they would make the choice as to which of ...
... maybe 10 tables, just down the road from the hotel. It has prints on the walls of Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, the Beatles, and the chilled live music is a mix of reggae and Balinese funk I guess, and the staff, all young, local, super hip guys, maybe those kite surfers, who pick up a guitar or join in on the bongos now and then (a vast improvement on the Elvis impersonator up the road in the Irish bar, they like the live music here!) It's great value ...
... receptionist seemed surprised; I could hardly believe I had been the first down to complain. She said I should have called down to reception and that they would have sent somebody to our room to measure the noise. That would have helped. Terry was still feeling rough. His cough, if anything, had got worse and between us we diagnosed a chest infection. Luckily we had some 'anti ...