Royal Resorts: Royal Bali Beach Club At Candidasa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Resorts: Royal Bali Beach Club At Candidasa
Friendly and attentive staff, small enough resort to be friendly with other guests, big enough to enjoy the luxuries. Food by chef Dewar was sublime, the Duck Feast we had was the best ever. Spa very good and being in east Bali is so much quieter and more rural, we all loved it.
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... being a level 4 on the Beaufort scale (according to Edd) and the journey there was quite entertaining as we were airborne a few times and landed with a thud. We were all relieved that Edd's mum had not been with us, as she would have been hysterical.
We stopped off the shore of a section of the island that jutted out and all jumped in - our guide told us to only swim along one stretch of the ocean (that was dark) as that was the only place there ...
... the pot of the tasters! They even had the mongooses and a few other animals including a bird that could speak Balinese and copied my laugh! We saw porcupines as well! We then headed off to the rice paddies which were a beautiful site with a back drop of the mountains the terraced fields look amazing. Our driver told us about them and that they have been there for thousands of years. We got back in the car and went up to the floating temple which was in a lake next to a ...
... in Bali is Hardy's Supermarket because they have almost anything and everything you could want or need in Bali. We found a lot of items we would like to bring back to Australia but will have to wait for another trip...lol. This Hardy's was not as big or good as the Hardy's at Sanur but suited our needs.
We headed back to the resort only to have Mr Froggy rip us off as we asked for a half day price which was 300,000 Rupiah (approx $30AU) but as we only went ...
... and several large lorries most of which had people standing on top of them. These races often quite literally seem to have a "sweeper" too-another of the ubiquitous mopeds carrying a wide bale of rushes ready to catch the legs of the unwary who stray too far towards the centre of the road. Coming back to Bali really brings it home as to how different it is to Lombok. Bali is incense and offerings scattering the pavement, it is temples and ...
... cap on and began pitching them questions like "Hi, how are you? What is your name? How old are you? Do you have any brothers or sisters?" Very seldom did I receive an extensive response, more like no response at all. They usually just smiled and went about their coloring.
So let me cut to the chase. This literally went on for 2 hours straight. There was barely a lick of conservation being spoken on either end and I wasn't guided in the slightest by my ...