Banyualit Spa n' Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBanyualit Spa n' Resort Kalibukbuk
We got lucky with the price and the rooms were very clean. Restaurant was quite nice. Buffet breakfast was really nice but on the second day we had a set menu. Pool is very good and relaxing. Recommend this place.
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... Nyepi police that patrol the streets to make sure everyone stays inside were kept busy late this afternoon with some children swimming in the sea and adults fishing and picking up shells from the beach. The sea and beach are out of bounds so Andrew got his zoom lens out and got some photos of the culprits. One of the security men had a big stick!! Mmmmmmm? Many of the hotel staff were hanging around to check out the action as well. We all wondered what the consequences ...
We actually slept in for a change - meaning 8:30AM or so. Breakfast on the beach while overlooking the mountains and calms waters is a memory I will treasure. With a long drive ahead tomorrow we kept things simple and stayed close to the resort. We picked a side 'street' and walked a good hour towards the base of a local mountain. Even on this dirt path, we had to be aware of the scooter ...
... that there was a poolside bar. Let's face it, it's tough to compete with that.
On the other hand, however (now I sound like an English teacher), it had none of the charm of Sri Bungalows. If, as I described previously, Sri Bungalows seemed more like Bali than the real Bali did, then Eden is fairly generic and soulless. It wouldn't look out of place in any resort in the world. Having said that, here I sit enjoying a Bintang (whiplash!) by the ...
... go through the international police. Finally we got out at about 23.30, took a taxi (IDR 80,000) and go straight to Kuta where we arrived at midnight. Just let us mention the actual exchange rate: USD 1= IDR 11,500.
Perhaps you would like to know why we chose Kuta. Kuta used to be a small fishing village that has changed a lot in recent years, especially thanks to funds brought from abroad. Nowadays it is one of the most developed and undoubtedly the most ...
My last few days in Bali consisted of a melo and relaxing pace of life. Visiting Jatiluwih rice paddies UNESCO world heritage site on Sunday, with a couple we met from New Zealand named Maree and Jim. Wandering up and down the ridges of the rice fields after an hour long cab ride was wonderful. I explored around Ubud, checking out the market in the early morning, wandering monkey forest road shops. Each day I spent a little time at my accommodation pool, burning my self ...