Mercure Bali Harvestland Kuta
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Bali Harvestland Kuta Denpasar
Lovely pool, great breakfast and friendly staff. Little bit out of the way for Kuta, on a big main road that is hard to cross any time of the day. Taxis are cheap and hotel staff can help with transport. Limited veggie options on the main menu and not many other places to eat near by except a 24 hour mini-mart and a seafood and grill place.
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... nice but it took us over an hour to get thru immigration .... Not fun when its 1am Bali time and about 3am on ours!!! Missed the prepaid taxi stand but got a taxi for 120,000. Worst driver ever but nice bloke.
Justin in his wisdom got us dropped at Coco Mart, Sanur instead of our hotel so we could grab beers and then we couldn't remember if it was up or down to the Duck Nutz hotel. With some advice from a drunk English lady we found our hotel and ...
... drive up to Bangli, a beautiful hillside town where Pura Kehen is located. With a GPS leading our way we can confidently drive our approximately 50 kilometers drive with a few stops in some attractive tourism spots like Batubulan, the island capital of barong, Celuk, the silversmith village, then Singapadu, the village of stone carvers, and a few others.
Bangli is a small yet beautiful town. Laying on a slope, the contour definitely influence ...
... br> " yes .. but we bet 100,000 Rp."
I put on a stumble and drunken slur
"OK.. But I am so drunk now" ( was only actually my first beer)
Balanese crowd around with anticipation... the player looks confident and like he just found the key to a safe full of gold.
The game is tight and slowly the tables turn a few times... Slowly nervous worried glances are exchanged around the circle and tense comments ...
... setting up our equipment. Our instructor demonstrated first and we copied. This is how most the day went. The instructor would demonstrate a skill and we would repeat back until we had done it correctly. After setting up our kit we put in on and got into the pool. We had a lot of skills to master that day: we recovered respirators; emptied googles underwater; supplied alternative air to a buddy; inflated and deflated our BCDs; ...
... a friend acquainted in the distant land of Los Angeles. The same territory where I had that fateful lunch with Joe Rohde, designer of Disney's Animal Kingdom.
Joe is one of those people that just has an aura that sparks your imagination. Trinkets from his travels dangle from his left ear and his office is covered with masks, designs, and books from every corner of the planet. He leans back and looks to the ceiling for his answer. “Where is the favorite place ...