Grand Inna Kuta
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... either. Haha! 'Sandat hotel' you good! The pool is really nice and we are the only ones around it. We sat there all afternoon and then chilled on the balcony until we went out and got some food. On the way back home we stopped at a massage parlour and got a half hour back massage only much to Scott's disappointment we had men. But they were really good because they were stronger than some of the women. Our backs were clicking like nobody's ...
... there. It looked like the restaurant was in a more remote area near a beach than in the centre of Kuta. We walked up and down for ages before deciding the map on Trip Advisor was wrong. Instead we found a lovely French restaurant called Un’s down small alley next to a temple. It was lovely, food was gorgeous and the drinks refreshing - especially the frozen margaritas! The setting was local with a touch of European but with all these ugly masks on the wall ...
... elsewhere to a place called Max!. Also a flop. Our food came with half the toppings listen on the menu. When I told the server he started poking around in the food with his fingers trying too find the missing items. Again we sent it back and left. We discovered a new place, the very next day. Oh to have known this the night before. Da Shack Bar & Grill is a little take away place serving Mexican and Hawaiian food. It was amazing and dirt cheap.
Next up a Komodo weekend.
... An (So beautiful and relaxed) - Sleeper Train down the coast. - Cat ba Island - gateway to Halong Bay. - Vinpearl Island, Nha Trang. Brilliant waterpark! - Pho Bo street food, so cheap and tasty. > Carry toilet paper with you as most toilets do not have it! > Be mindful of pickpocketers. > Eat the street food where all the locals are, usually cheapest and tastiest! > Get shoes/ bags/ suits made in Hoi an. Cambodia - Angkor Wat at sunrise (when the weather is ...
... not to feed the monkeys and yet there are locals in the park openly selling food for the monkeys to the tourists under the 'supervised' watch of the park officials.
The monkeys were everywhere, the babies played and fought with each other. Some of the adults moved around the park in parks, not dissimilar to gangs. Others concentrated on making more monkeys, in full view of everyone - shameless, I call it! While ...