Puri Etnik Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A very relaxed start to the day befitting of the Bali lifestyle, a bit of a lie in and extra long showers before our nice breakfast on the guesthouse roof terrace. Breakfast is different each day which is pretty ace with today's being a pastrami sandwich thing, fruit, orange juice and tea. A good start to our first full day in Kuta. Our plan for today was to visit some of the secluded and more spectacular beaches on the south coast of Bali, so on ...
... variees pour stimuler tous les muscles (Anne-Jo et Marie, comme le Noah Spa!! ;)), pour se poursuivre par un lavage de pieds et un massage balinais de 60min et se terminer par un masque au collagene. On aurait du pas inscrire fort comme force de pression du massage car on souffre un peu le lendemain (ok on vous entend tous dire pas de pitie... Surtout toi, Amelie Arsenault!). Avec la fatigue du massage, on prend un ...
... the beds proved to be so soft that our backs were aching the next day. We also did some research online and were alarmed to find that the hotel had several reviews that complained of theft. So we decided to move to another place.
The next morning I called my bank and sorted out my card issue and the rest of our time was spent trying to find the place Lauren and I had stayed at. And we found it! It was exactly the same . . . ...
... the ceremony I wandered around the temple precinct taking photos, as the large group left and more people entered. The Brahmin priests changed clothes and moved on to their next gig, but another service followed, this one led by Zabeth’s father, the village priest. As we had already prayed in this spot—you may pray multiple services in different shrines, but only once in each shrine area during each prayer period—we headed for home, first noting ...
... much glee with this and decided to rather feed our breakfasts to the monkeys. One even jumped on him it was so impatient. Next they were drinking out tea cups and stealing water bottles, this at least bought some humour after the steep uphill trek. After all this activity we headed down to where the steam comes out the rocks, as we were now on top of the crater. So we were currently on an active volcanoe which last erupted in 2000. As we were trying to have a picture taken, some ...