HARRIS Hotel & Residences Riverview Kuta
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHARRIS Hotel & Residences Riverview Kuta
The staff are friendly. And the pool is too good and the breakfast food was not bad
but, Lizards in the room appear too surprised
The staffs are said to symbolize good luck in Bali
every morning Yoga was a very good experience
i spend good times.
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... once again so decided to do that the following day before booking anything. 19th December 2014 With googles help there was an Indomart not far from us so before our tour pick-up at 9am I went to check out the facilities and buy us breakfast. The Indomart didn't exist in the location stated but I did get some food ready for the day. As I returned Vicky was leaving the homestay as the tour hadn't arrived but it turns out we'd both walked past our driver without ...
... thoughtful, a 'not-at-home' but comfortable feeling. Amarta is a place like that for me. I have been reading a series of articles by Alain de Botton on Travel - its benefits. And the change it brings about when we return to our homes. The different way we look at our 'home' - as if we had washed our eyes and we see it freshly. I hope for this quite strongly. Earlier in the travel story I mentioned scattering the ashes of my very much loved dog ...
... and although at first it's funny and part of the buzz, there comes a time when you are tired of it, and Indonesians were the worst of the lot! Needless to say Bali was beautiful, perhaps overcrowded in parts, but certainly flourishing from the tourism boom. We certainly would go back, albeit perhaps in a nice hotel further up the coast in Seminyak, certainly not counting out perhaps a couple of nights back on the mega club strip Kuta has to offer!! Here ...
... I caught a ferry back to Bali in the afternoon, and then a van over to Kuta. Passing the coastline on the way to Kuta, I was struck again by the beauty of Balinese culture. Especially striking for me is the kite flying. I looked out the window as we passed children running with kites, three people squeezed on a moped with their hands in the air holding a kite (likely on the way to a windy spots where these large kites would fly), and even a pickup truck carrying a family in the ...
... which was very nice of her. But another mouth watering dinner. This time of 500g of huge king prawns, freshly grilled on the barbeque, with sauteed potatoes and garlic butter. And guess what it only cost £5 each, a meal that would easily cost £25+ each at home! Another day and renting a motorbike again, we drove the 1andahalf hours north to Ubud, the so called capital of Bali. It was a very artsy fartsy town. Every shop selling artwork in some form ...