Kuta Puri Bungalows
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKuta Puri Bungalows
Lovely courtyard gardens with two swimming pools. Rooms with Air con . Basic but clean and comfortable
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... was like Magaluf as people tried to coax is in to bars - often saying "Gooday Mate". Not making the same mistake we stood on the other side of the road to get a taxi which when we did, our driver said we should just walk as it evidently wasn't worth his time. We didn't get out the car in a moment of confusion before e started driving back to the homestay. Evidently not happy he tried to drop us a distance from the homestay but again a little encouragement and all was fine. Written by ...
... it my hand was clasped over my mouth realizing I broke silence and all for a frog. REALLY!?! So then I thought to myself maybe he is my big headed prince charming and worth breaking my vow. So I leaned closer for a kiss when he hoped away. Guess he wasn’t my prince after all…a girl can still dream. I mean my Dad did always tell me fairy tales do come true.
Well enough with my comic intro and the sad short ending to what I thought might be my ...
... head with many trips walking back from the vehicle to the shop, the saleman was sure to sell the piece to me. I ended up bargaining him down from his 1,000 000rp ($100) asking price to 600,000rp ($60); not shabby for a 8"X 8" mahogany piece.
Ending the day off, Breanne and I went to take in a bit more culture. We attended a Balinesian dancing show, which was a delight of colourful costumes, music and robot like dancing.
Gili Trawangan- Two nights spent at this island ...
So many monkeys! I thought Nate might have had his fill with monkeys, but no... we said goodbye to Amy and Josh with a great brunch, and then took off to tour Ubud. And you can't tour Ubud without a visit to the Monkey Forest Temple.
These are not your cute furry monkeys, either. They managed to steal my waterbottle, and almost got Nate's, and one of them had a good chunk of the flesh of ...
... to see if they could kill it for us. By the time I got them to our room there was a gecko behind the bathroom mirror with the cockroach! Apparently geckos eat cockroaches which is nice, so that solved that problem. Although it's a little unnerving having the thought that there could be a cockroach crawling around while you're sleeping. I guess I'll just have to hope for the best! 3AM start tomorrow though so I've got to get some sleep so I can climb this ...