Kuta Paradiso Hotel Bali
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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It was Tuesday morning and I left Brisbane airport bound for a 6 hour direct flight to Bali, Indonesia. The flight was smooth all the way until I touched down at 2pm. I proceeded through customs and immigration, obtained my Visa on Arrival and claimed my baggage. As soon as I got outside an abundance of Indonesian taxi drivers were holding numerous …
I was up most of the night worrying about missing my alarm, by the time the alarm actually came I was dressed and on my way to the airport. After how long it had taken us to get from the airport the day before, I made sure I left extra time in the morning so I could get there early and grab some food before the flight - I was also on a mission to find the only airport Hard Rock in the world. Having been through this airport several times before ...
... are slowing dying all over the world. We know that we are being over-charged, but it is just something you don't try to bargain with, it is for a very good cause. We arrived at the resort and realized this was the nicest place we will be staying at on our travels. The Kila Senggigi resort grounds were massive, with tons of villa "huts" everywhere, each room/suite with their own balcony ocean-side. Gardens and sport courts, massage rooms, a spa, and 2 restaurants ...
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With all the talk of rice, we were hungry, and no not for a Christmas roast! On the contrary, we wanted real Indonesian food on our Christmas day and that’s what we got! We stopped at a shack like restaurant on the edge of one of the terraces and sampled some of the best food (and of course rice) yet with a stunning view to go with it – now this is what makes a memorable Christmas!
During the ...
... huge banyan like trees and well preserved temple structures. Look out for the monkey faces carved out of the Rock face. from this place I got the impression that the Balinese really value their religious aspect of their culture; temples seem much better looked after, they are clean and no tat is clogging them up (granted there are tat stalls outside, but that's the same anywhere). The cave dates back the the 11th century and the entry to the cave through the mouth of a demon ...