Grand Istana Rama Hotel Bali
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Istana Rama Hotel Bali Kuta
This is hotel is exactly in front of famous Kuta beach. The services is good, got a lot of freebies when check in at the counter but the building is kinda old and need a lot of renovation & maintenance.
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We arrived in Bali about 30 mins earlier than the expected 8.00pm, but the crowds in the new terminal made the wait to get through customs take a lot longer than we had hoped. Things have certainly become more modernized since 2012, with many more new buildings going up everywhere.
The taxi driver who took us to the hotel was very tired and it looked as if he was having micro sleeps as he was driving which scared the pants off us for the first ...
I'd arranged for yesterday's surf instructor to be our chauffeur for the day, driving us around the island to see various sites. We'd planned to book a driver through the hotel, but Ketut (the surf instructor) offered us a much better price and he'd seemed nice so I trusted him! He arrived half an hour earlier than planned and asked where we were. We then sat in the car for half an hour while he and the driver (he was just ...
... name of this place! its called "Café Kendi Fish Spa" they call the fish "The doctor fish" yea I recon its weird to..
That's my day gone, just got back to my hotel and all that traffic was still everywhere! I do not know how the taxis do it here, but good on them!
I'm home pretty early so ill just be getting in the pool and watching some movies. ...
... hour for the traffic to return to normal Leah haggles the seller down to £25 for two dresses ****** down Lotus garden. Has lotus flowers on the tables Man tries to get me to **** in the garden Leah has a salmon tarrine which has dijon drizzled over it in a crisscross pattern. Looks very pretty Spot a United shirt on a tourist Wander up and down the main drag looking at **** and trying not to fall theough any broken drain covers. Most of them are ******. The roads ...
... made known this intention to our guide, who proposed that we can spend the next hour shopping around. However he warned that most of the stuff that was put up on sale is targeted at tourists, meaning the price would be higher then elsewhere. We browsed the market for abit before heading back to the temple grounds anticipating the sunset.
My friend and I soon found ourselves by the coast where most of the tourists are. We loved watching the sea hitting against the coast, ...