Hotel Segara and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Segara and Restaurant Kintamani
Not the best facility and food only ok .Slept here for a quick early am treck up the volcano. The got the food muddled and I tried a jaffle a toasted sandwich ok for a snack
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... shrines) carved into the cliff face. They stand in 7-metre-high (23 ft) sheltered niches cut into the sheer cliff face. These monuments are thought to be dedicated to King Anak Wungsu of the Udayana dynasty and his favourite queens. We had a little look around and took some photos before going for an adventure through the rice paddys and around the back until we discovered a hidden waterfall between hanging trees. It was an extremely hot day so we decided ...
... house. We were so fascinated by the unique presentation of the house where the rooms, kitchen, toilets and even the bed were built in separate buildings/places. We were welcomed by a kind Ibu who taught us how to pray. She stays with her children and grandchildren. The compound was amazingly large and we loved the peace and tranquility.
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... didn't seem to care that it was being prodded and manhandled by tourists. This place is beautiful on its own and doesn't need gimmicks to attract tourists. Anyway, another successful visit and we set back off down the winding hilly roads towards Ubud for a late lunch. The drive was pretty easy despite us getting mis-routed by some signs on the outskirts and we were there in just over an hour. We easily found free parking on the side of the road and then came across ...
Bali is genuinely a lovely place it's most definitely not all about Kuta or for that matter Ubud. Once you get out into the countryside it's pretty idyllic stuff - rice paddies, small steep river valleys lined with banana and palm trees, low level Hindu temple complexes made of brick with tiny ornate wooden doors. Out of the relative boutique luxury of Ubud we were volcano bound via a fantastic Nasi Goreng and Gado Gado lunch overlooking rice paddies with Kratos, ...
... her newly-gained dvds and ate pot noodles.
Helen and I took the laundry to reception and enquired about getting a taxi for the trip to the airport. The chap behind the counter looked about 20 years old, but it turns out he was 37 with four children and was studying fine arts and French to advance his position, but here's the thing, he said that he could only manage a certain level in ...