Ramada Resort Camakila Bali
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Resort Camakila Bali Legian
Nice resort, very friendly staff and right on the beach. Ideally situated between Kuta and Seminyak.
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... ever do. The lights, the signs, the advertisements, the shop fronts full of weird products you need to buy, like singing bacon or inflatable neck rings for babies, even the manhole covers are cool. To visit Japan is to immerse yourself in an alien world where being an outsider has the advantage of making everything more interesting, more amazing. There is a Japanese cultural trend called Kawaii, which put simply is to be super-cute. It partially explains why there are some ...
... guesthouse. It was too late now, we couldn't go back. I went in first with my flip flops thinking it wasn't that deep, maybe it might of covered my flip flop. However, as I step in the flooded road my foot just going down and down. The rain water came up somewhere between my ankle and my knee. Maureen followed behind me and it was definitely too late now to turn back. We had been in the rain for a matter of minutes and we had already got drenched to the skin. Determined as we ...
... picturesque scenery.FaunaWildlife flourish in Bali. Inquisitive monkeys with outstretched hands forever beseeching a treat, lizards living harmoniously with humans and it is purported to be a fortuitous omen if one hears the lizard call seven times. The elusive Balinese tigers still roam the remote northwest part of the island but a sighting is indeed rare. Bats, squirrels, iguanas, civets, barking deer, mouse deer and more than 300 species of birds share Bali’s ...
... bank-breaking £3/day, the tank was empty so we filled it for 75p!! We could get used to this. We took ourselves to the Tegalalang rice terraces, sadly now another tourist trap, but offering really stunning scenery. We stopped for lunch in a café overlooking the terraces and the locals at work – very hard labour, especially in the heat. Having the scooter was great, and Dan was very competent – Zoe not so much, and she decided she was happier holding on at the ...
... of room. Going over a bridge was quite interesting, especially with not much in the way of path to ride on or railings to stop us going over the edge.
After another brief stop at a beach (the one we were supposed to be at this time) we continued along the main road towards our final destination, Keramas Beach. To reach the beach, we needed to turn right, but between us and the turning was 4 lanes of traffic and a wide central ...