Rama Garden Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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After one week at the Puri Rajah Hotel we moved to a different one in Legian when quite a big group of friends joined us. The Rama Garden is quite small, close to, but not on the beach and is right amidst the main shopping area of Padma Street. (Who would have ever chosen this one???) With 14 of us staying here it feels like our own private hotel …
... with such beautiful and wonderous exhibits that it is impossible not to be moved and inspired by it all. I won't go into details of all the amazing things housed within, but I will say there is a giant Cat Bus for toddlers to play in and that I am still disappointed that adults are not allowed to partake in that joy. Tokyo slipped by in nine frenetic days. We visited parks and temples (the lucky cat temple was strange and interesting), had complete communication ...
... well, must find other thrill seeking activities. I asked a fellow tourist if he knew what exactly it was that he had just scooped out and put on his plate this morning at breakfast. As he was putting some sort of chili sauce on it he says 'nope, no idea'. I responded, 'but you knew it needed sauce, perfect'. I did try the food but should have passed - yuck. It may have been another day but somewhere recently a person addressed me ...
... made leather garments from a local vendor.
The next morning we woke early, as our driver was picking us up at 7 am for our first day of diving! Again, due to low season, it was just the 2 of us and our dive master. The site, Padang Bai, was a 1.5 hour drive and as we rolled in I remembered it clearly as the jump off point for fast boats to Gili T ( a fav spot of mine from 4 years ago ). We chilled in the local ...
Perhaps I tempted fate with my comments about how peaceful it is here. The cockerals were our first alarm call, at around 5:30am, and our snooze alarm was the adjacent little temple, literally metres from our bedroom window, with chanting and bell ringing, that went on for ages, clearly making sure that we got up before they stopped. The breakfast lady came to our bungalow a little later to see what we wanted for breakfast, we could have eggs anyway we wanted, and a choice of fruit. ...