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Bali Bali Bali, oh where to begin...Well we arrived at the airport to utter madness and noise from taxi drivers trying to get custom! After many taxi drivers had offered us their services, we finally got a driver who said it would cost us 200,000RP (£10) to get to our hotel..We thought we was getting a good deal until we arrived at the hotel …
... to give us a taste of these.
The tour by bus from Benoa Harbour was designed to illustrate these areas of Balinese culture and took us by road to villages called Ubud, Gianyar and Klungkung.
Ubud is the home of stone carving in Bali, and the streets are lined with black or brown sand stone carvings. Many of these have a religious theme and others appeared historical. There are some truly extraordinary, outstanding ...
... luggage in the scorching heat.
The shanty looking guest house was in the ass end of nowhere. It turned out to be right next door to the main mosque on the island so lucky for us we were in for a splendid a 5am wake up call by zombie sounding Muslim prayers singing from the outdoor tanoy speakers. The free wake up call probably counteracted the fact we had no bathroom door, cold shower water, no a/c and had to share a bed. I suppose we couldn't ...
... the bars and clubs really get going, I have a yoga class at 7am after all. As I said, felt old!
The hotel has canoes on the beach which you can just take out on the water and paddle away towards the reef. I've never done it before, but really like it and am better at it than Steve. That's all.
Reef Cruise to Lembongan Island.
I'd booked this before we left with Do Something Different, and it was a fab day out on the Bali ...
... an item and it gets put in a bag- there is a colour coded system, which tells other vendors how much of a sucker you are! Orange= Big sucker, White= small sucker, Black and white= means you did ok and Black means you are a superstar bargainer!! However we advise you don't get caught up in the whole bartering game - as this is their livelihood, and really, what's a couple of bucks extra - when it means they get to feed their kids?
But on the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLegian Hotel Bali
The 101 Hotel Legian was excellent in every way! From our spacious room with a comfy bed, tv channels, amazing buffet breakfast-when purchased, friendly and helpful staff, great location, great pool on the rooftop, good music throughout the hotel and the Mentos mints in the room that they gave us everyday! Ha ha.
The beach was close, as well as restaurants, bars, clubs and shops.
We managed to find little cheap side streets where we had a fresh fruit juice everyday for around 40p! Also delicious local food at £1.50 per meal.
We loved our 4 night stay here and felt very much at home! We shall return on our way back to Kuta.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.