Ramada Resort Camakila Bali
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Resort Camakila Bali Legian
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We are now back in Darwin after spending a week in Bali, at Legian. The deal was that the caravan park stores the van (effectively a compound on the edge of the park boundary) and then puts it back on a site the day before we arrive back. Well, that was the plan but more on that later .......
We have been to Bali before and both times …
... for your help earlier ****er. We leave and walk down JL Legian which is just a long road with massage and bali souvenir shops. So once again you can't walk 2 steps without someone shoving something in your face, yelling out darling transport yes. Darling you like shopping. Darling come see my shop. We are on the prowl for cheap pedi and massage and decide on MOXI as they aren't poaching people from the road. We like that. Sit down and ...
... are plenty of stores, shops, restaurants, cafes, activity tours and hirers based all along the strip and in all honesty a bit too many! It won't be long before the whole island could be taken over. So next time, I will make sure I give myself time to get to Gili Meno, which is probably the emptiest of all three Gili Islands and therefore a real paradise. Not to say that my Gili T beach and ...
... girls downing a bowlful of all our drinks combined! One of the Dutch girls I had met on Gili T, Doreen, described Skygarden as "absolutely horrible, like a meat market". Whilst that might be a bit of an exaggeration, there is definitely an element of truth in that! At the end of the night Pieter and I enjoyed a phenomenal burger and chips in the Skygarden eatery, and the corpulent Indonesian chap who made it was so smiley, helpful and friendly that I decided to tip him. He ...
... people friendly. I bought some nice dresses, slacks, tops, necklaces to see me through the Brisbane summer.
Our hotel was close to the main street, but we were far enough back in the complex to not hear any noise from traffic or the Bloody Sweet bar in the front of the hotel.
I am attaching some more photos of the whale sharks, just because I love them.
We arrived home on 11 September and it is a bit hard to settle back into normal routine.