Pondok Baruna Guesthouse
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsPondok Baruna Guesthouse Nusa Lembongan
It's part of world diving and a great place to stay. We stayed in the rooms next to the pool. Really nice and spacious rooms. The breakfast was included and you had a couple of choices. The staff is very friendly and helpful e.g. in renting scooters, organising snorkel trips etc. I will come back.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Pondok Baruna Guesthouse Nusa Lembongan
Travel Blogs from Nusa Lembongan
And we are on the road again today. We were picked up and brought to the harbor by Scoot so we could get on the boat to Nusa Lembongan at 7.30 am. The speed boat took about 45 min from Bali to Lembongan. Once we arrived in Lembongan we were taken to our hotel. We chilled by the pool in the afternoon and had a look around.
While we were in …
I am leaving Ubud, Bali and going to Nusa Lembongan. It is a small island close to Bali.
I called this blog rounding off because we are going home to Canada in a few days, so we are rounding off our trip and I was rounding off decimals in Pelangi school.
Do you remember my English friends that I met in Cambodia? Holly and JJ? They came to Ubud and it was spectacular to see them again. But sadly, we ...
... with them. They will also catch up with me in Ubud and I am looking forward to having some familiar and trustworthy faces around me for a while. I apologize if I uploaded only few pictures, however Kuta is as I mentioned not of extreme beauty and as the first days were a little hectic I also forgot to take some good shots. I am sure that once I leave the city behind and get to go more into the island I will be able to share more impressions with you. ...
... a group assembled and performing what we understood to be an evil/devil banishing ceremony on their home. A burning, smoking torch was being waved ceremonially across the entranceway whilst others banged wooden spoons or other kitchen implements against pots and pans to ward away bad spirits.
We reached the Banjar meeting place where there were hundreds of people gathered. Some wearing brightly coloured clothing and faces painted with golden spots in ...
... buy something?" from the first shopkeeper. This, I am used to. This, I can handle. Then, "Hey, darlin'. Where you from?" Now, familiar terms like "darlin'" from someone who is, in fact, NOT my darlin', make my flesh crawl. This man got an icy stare and no reply. I walked on. Then again, from the next shopkeeper man, "Darlin', where you stay? Where you stay? Where you go now? Buy something?" The assumption that of course I would share my ...