Rama Garden Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Kids pool
- Room service
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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 …
There are 3 islands in the Gilli group and Gilli Trawangan is the biggest and by far the most popular. It is nicknamed the party island which we were a bit concerned about but our hotel, although right on the main road, was at the far end and was set back a bit and really quiet. We had a 4 bedroom villa with six friends but there were 16 of us in total. ...
... and after our showers, it stopped and out appeared the sun and blue skies. The guesthouse provided us with breakfast, which was great, it wasn't a buffet but breakfast made to order. So we had our breakfast on the patio just outside our room. Eggs, bacon and toast for both of us, just what we needed to start our day. We decided we would head to a beach, there are many beaches in Bali and we headed to the closest one. In less than five minutes we had arrived at Legain beach. To say ...
... Denpasar, near the southern coast. The town of Ubud (north of Denpasar), with its art market, museums and galleries, is arguably the cultural center of Bali.There are major coastal roads and roads that cross the island mainly north-south. Due to the mountainous terrain in the island’s center, the roads tend to follow the crests of the ridges across the mountains. There are no railway lines.The island is surrounded by coral reefs. Beaches in the south tend to ...
... was still madness, food was cheap, money changers try to rip you off, wine was expensive, Bintang was plentiful and some yobbo Aussies continue to give us a bad name .... yep Bali is much as it always was. We stayed at the Ramada Camakila, which is a relatively small resort but quite nice, about 3.5 kms from Kuta and 2 kms to Seminyak. Its fair to say we didn't do too much, daily late breaky, retail therapy, walks along the beach or the streets, Bintangs by pool or on ...