Ibis Styles Bali Benoa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We got chatting to our waitress who was lovely and introduced us to her boyfriend who was the bar manager. Whilst giving us cocktails at the bar after dinner they offered to take us around Bali to different sites "for free" (as most people would expect some sort of tip). We exchanged numbers and they suggested meeting us the next morning to go to the fish market. They then took us home on the back of their mopeds through the crazy streets of Bali. After breakfast we ...
We were on the plane, I watched some movies. We got to the airport in Bali, it had changed since the last time. It was so warm outside and really late. BimBim picked us up, his car was awesome it had blue lights on the wheels, it was like a disco. We got to the hotel, our room was small but the pool was ...
... he could give the room to someone else or if we would need it). Unfortunately he took our payment and was really angry that we were leaving after all, which we do feel a little bad about although our room is rank and he promised us a brand new modern room !! Haha waheyy matey were off! We quickly legged it before he could say anything else and somehow managed to find two guys on motorbikes to drive us and our bags up to the bus, result !! The bus ended up taking us ...
... of buffet restaurant just a few meters away from the temple. Since the price is only 85k IR tax included there's only few choices on the table . Surprisingly they tasted good especially the pisang goreng or banana fritters.
Ulundanu is a temple built over Lake Bratan also known as the Lake of Holy Mountain due to the fertility of the area. Located 1200 m above sea level, it has a cold tropical climate. The complex has ...
... this area explains why the beach is exceptionally crowded and the numerous surf shops in the area, not forgetting the amount of touts, ranging from small shop keepers trying to get tourists into their shop to buy souvenirs to the honking by the cabbies hoping to get passengers into their cab. Speaking of cabs, it is important to ensure that one asks for meter to be on prior to boarding the cab. I read on Lonely planet that one of the scams tourists will often face ...