Green Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Today was our first day in Kuta! We walked down the Main Street with the beach on one side of us and the shops on the other! A very busy place with lots of people hassling us for bikes, surf lessons and selling stuff! Hotel is amazing with a super view of the sea and an infinity pool! Currently sipping on ...
... recently - many many years after I realized the significance of 4's in my life). As it turns out, 5 is Randy's Life Path number . . . and there were 5 4's in the cost of our ticket. It seemed like too much of a coincidence to ignore. And we had both been practicing following our intuition lately. More than that - going to Nepal to help just felt right. So we made the decision 1.5 hrs before we needed to catch a taxi to the airport and went to ...
... Atmosphere - 3 Heritage - 4 Expense - 3 Entertainment - 3 Accessibility - 2 Overall - 3 Comments - Our opinion is skewed by staying in the main tourist area but Australia's Benidorm has more than initially meets the eye. If you can get out of Kuta the island is beautiful and has plenty of natural and historic attractions to keep you entertained. It would be worth exploring the lesser known areas to get ...
... of the palace'. It commonly involves 3 dancers, the two legongs and their attendant (the condong). The legongs are identically dressed and have a lot of make up which over-exaggerates facial expressions. Apparently it relates to how a king takes a maiden called Rangkesari captive and the ensuing trials of her brothers attempt to free her. It is accompanied by gamelan orchestra music. My thoughts: it was really intricate and interesting to see quite how synchronised ...
... across my head and face but after a while I relaxed when I realised they weren't going to hurt me. The funniest part was when one of the monkeys pooed on florians shoulder. It was his facial expression that made it so hilarious because he was just so unimpressed and angry at the monkeys. Niomi and I just found it impossible not to laugh. The drive home was another wonderful opportunity to sleep. We were dropped in the centre of Ubud. On a random whim feeling the need for ...