Hotel Puri Rai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Puri Rai Padangbai
It is a typical Indonesian hotel not like an English hotel. Our villa was lovely although there could have been more wardrobe spare for the 4 of us. The staff are very helpful and more than happy to assist with anything. There are 3 reasonably large pools for all the villas to use. Breakfast is served every morning but don't get there when it's nearly finishing as there isn't a lot of food left.
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... paddle back in fighting tears and spend the next hour sunning on the beach. Nicollete and Miloi are so excited when they paddle in. Milou stood up 4 times and they make plans to go out tomorrow. I make plans for diving. We have lunch at the deck bar. Fresh fruit juice, great coffee and good. I have a margarita pizza, energizer juice and coffee with ice cream. After lunch I book my dives tomorrow we go to manta point!! We book massages for later and head back to ...
... and then dropped us literally smack bang in the middle of a main road. When I questioned his choice of place to stop he muttered 'traffic, traffic'. Obviously meaning he was bored of driving in the traffic so we had to get out. Brilliant. Consequently what followed was nothing less than a full on trek to our dear old beloved Tunjung Bali Inn. As we turned the corner and got a peak of ...
... with his driving he didn't charge us. Sarah and I weren't having this. Although he took 3 hours and crashed he had been so obliging and we felt sorry for him. We gave him some money and that cheered him up a bit. He was an awful taxi driver but a lovely guy. The hotel was basic but cheap so we didn't mind. We set out to explore Kuta as soon as we checked in. The place was manic. Mopeds and taxis clogged the roads making them impassable to cross. The roads ...
... stroking a cute looking monkey but it screamed and nearly munched on my hand the little fecker!
The next thing we booked up was a fire dance at one of the temples, well it wasn't quite as exciting as the bike tour, pretty much a load of semi naked blokes dancing round some fire singing, well making odd sounding noises whilst we all sat in uncomfortable plastic chairs for an hour. Probably the best part of the performance was before the show started where ...