Mastapa Garden Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMastapa Garden Hotel Kuta
Really enjoyed my stay here,
my room was very basic, but very clean.
My bed was made everyday and room swept.
Really quiet hotel even though right in the heart of busy Kuta.
Friendly staff and great food
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... full of 18-30s Aussie kids as we had expected. Feeling a lot more optimistic about our current situation we went for a little walk around and decided that it would be handleable to stay for the 4 nights we had booked for and Seminyak was only a couple of miles away which is easy to get to by taxi. We decided to go for dinner in Seminyak to a good seafood restaurant. After getting ripped off by the stubborn taxi man (paying £10 instead of £3) we had a ...
... was about two o'clock and too warm to do the rice field walk we had planned. We began to pack up our suitcases. Around four thirty we headed out for our rice field walk with Wayan. The walk was pretty easy at first then came a makeshift bamboo bridge that we had to cross over a little river. It was a little scary but not too bad, I took off my flip flops. Once over the river the ground became very slippery and I was sinking ...
... this time, the body lashed onto bamboo carrying frames. Behind them, two tall, sparkling funeral towers, adorned in gorgeous papers, shades of green, red, white and gold. Copious amounts of gold is used by the Balinese for funeral rites, to send them through the next life wealthy. The funeral towers could be seen through the halted traffic floating down the road, limited by many many men all dressed in black and white sarongs. Once the procession had moved out of our field of view ...
... and swing at each other, they are scored with deep gashes all over their backs. I saw a little boy about 6 or 7 with the scratches on the back, and we watched a few battles go. We missed the girls doing their traditional performance. We did however go into a few of the homes where the women weave shawls, scarves and mats that they hand dye and prepare. The woman I bought some from explained the process of using different plants to dye the threads and ...
... and dances and shows.
We were lucky to visit these places as they are so remote and out of the way - no tourist would have found them. No vehicles would have been able to get to some of the amazing tracks and paths which we took.
We finally topped the day off with a delicious meal and drink overlooking beautiful farmland.
A fantastic day! Such an improvement on the day before! ha.
Tommorrow, I have managed to secure a weeks placement with a charity ...