Swiss-Belhotel Borneo Banjarmasin
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Swiss-Belhotel Borneo Banjarmasin
Travel Blogs from Banjarmasin
... us. Hooray. Before heading to our next stop was the famous Floating Temple we grabbed lunch. We first went to a buffet style restaurant where the lady in there kept asking us to sit. But seeing as the food had seen better days and not that appealing especially for the price they were charging we left to find a better place. Which we did thanks to our drivers patience. The Floating Temple was stunning but unfortunately ruined by the vast amounts of tourists. ...
... a minute. Yes, I was planning on doing Bali, the Gilis, Lombok and Java, but sometimes life has other plans and I can honestly say these have been the most amazing weeks of my life! The thing I will miss most? Definitely the surfing. There is nothing more amazing than sitting out there, looking out for a wave, and realizing you're alive. Where a little less than a year ago all hell broke loose and half a year ago I still wasn't sure if ...
... were both a little tired, to put it mildly. So a chilled day was in order. After a traditional (it is traditional to have bacon and sausages somewhere in the world) we headed into Ubud, the town we are staying in. This once quiet part of the island famous for art and such is now part of the ever expanding southern Bali metropolis. We stopped at multiple tourist tat shops for music, masks, paintings, bracelets and a world of other goods. After reading ...
... was a little dirty but it was surrounded by little restaurants and shops. There is a big shopping centre behind my lodge and also a big park that we had already walked through after I got to my room and put everything away I hit the town to discover the local restaurants and shops. After 3 or more hours I was very tired so I returned to my room early and went to ...
... handing me her paper with a triumphant little "finish!", her confidence unfazed by any mistake she made, glad to finally get a grasp on things.
Also, a bonus little story: Today I had my largest class (6 kids) so I was finally able to do the group activity I had planned for! I gave them all newspaper that I brought from back home and said "Cut out one thing you like, and one thing you have." Some of them didn't understand what 'have' was but I asked ...