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- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRosani Hotel Legian
Upon arrival, we were welcomed with a cold juice, which was a welcome little touch after wearing the backpack and frontpack in the Baliense sun, warring black leggings and a vest. The room was clean, air con was good, cleaned daily with replacement water and towels. Staff super friendly and attentive. Pool a pleasant place to relax and drink - swim up bar a great addition. All in all, a good choice, especially at such a cheap price.
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... getting a bit tipsy in the evening, sheeshas and cartwheels on the beach. One thing I will say about bali, is that the humidity is crazy, you face actually melts as soon as you are out of the pool, or out of the hotel room. The next day was a day of nothingness, obviously, however we watched the sunset in the evening which was nice, something I really wanted to do as I had watched the sunrise on the East side of the ...
... we'll end up buying much. To this point of our trip, we haven't bought a thing to take with us except for rain jackets which we purchased in New Zealand.
After a quick drink and snack along the beach we headed back to the hotel. Not only are there lots of salons, there are lots of stores selling pirated DVDs. We figured we should buy some to watch on the laptop since they're cheap and it gave me another chance to bargain! We found ...
... or had someone on the back to help me out. They drive on the left which is easy enough to deal with when going straight, but confusing in round abouts and when making turns. My first few hours on the bike I saw nothing but the road and everything appeared to me as a potential death causing hazard. We started our journey in the city and boy that was insane, but a good way to learn. Not only do you have to be aware of the cars/bikes to the lane next to you, the ones trying ...
24th - A got up early and arranged a driver to take us to Ubud. Problem with Bali is that everyone has a scooter so there is no reliable public transport network – makes for an expensive trip! Driver collected us at 0800 and we headed first to the water palace in Tirtagangga, which was the most beautiful, peaceful place (although busy with locals as it's a religious holiday). After some squirming, driver then took us ...
... flat in time to unpack the stuff we packed at the weekend so we could re-pack the stuff we'd just bought...and the stuff we had forgot...like hair straighteners for Ade's anti-humid hair (Bali is touching 90%25 humidity so it could have been hillarious if they didn't get packed). 15:00 and the taxi man pulls up and after a 10 minute discussion about how much the fare was (we booked a return to heathrow for £70 ...