Mercure Kuta Bali
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Kuta Bali
Small room hotel.. In frot of kuta beach, great foods especially the yellow rice so yummy, great rooftop pool and very helpfull employees.
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... a couple of drinks to keep hydrated. Things here are very cheap but seem very expensive as there are 20,000 Indo Rupee to the £. A Bintang ( local beer ) cost about 15,000 in a bar so we only take out just a cool million a night just in case we get robbed. The people here are very friendly and it seems quite safe to walk around at any time of day or night but they do hassle you a lot to buy things off them. Things like extacy, sun glasses, bracelets, or in my case Viagra , ...
... We’re offered some lightly flavoured cool water before Penny comes over and introduces herself, and checks if anyone needs to use the bathroom before we head out for our tour of the local market. I take a sideways glance at Munchie and decide I'll go first. Much has been said about the quality of water closets in Bali. There are certainly the good, the bad, and the blatantly unhygienic, and over the years there have been lengthy threads dedicated to the ...
... to complain about torn seat and banged up body for $9/day. After a brief lesson in the parking lot, Gwynn clambered aboard and we were off- weaving at first- but eventually getting the hang of it. For the record, I don't think I've been on a motorbike for 30 years. So, rather they get ourselves killed, I took it nice and slow. Gwynn complained from the back that old ladies were passing us. ...
... song with a singalong chorus, alas it sounded mournful and the words barely recognisable. A few more songs, some better done, as musicians they were fine, with keyboard, 5 string base, drums and lead guitar, and a couple of them sang really well, but they generously shared the lead with those in need of a bit more practice.
The band took a break for a pub quiz and the family at the next table asked me to join them. I was able to contribute one of the 20 questions, we ...
... last few months we've both just wore flip flops so our feet didn't not take kindly to being suffocated in trek shoes for 4 hours. Thu 19th Sep - Today the family made us a fruit salad and a local speciality called laklak for breakfast. They were so tasty, they are similar to a pancake/crumpet texture with palm sugar and coconut on the top. We spent the morning looking around the shops then went for lunch at a local warung that specialises in suckling pig. A dish of ...