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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Vilarisi Hotel Legian
Travel Blogs from Legian
... can be bought for $4, however, the shop keepers always seem to start at the asking price of $25. Mon 17th - After brekkie and exercise there was some more relaxing around the pool and then some lunch at one of the locals bars. Then it was time for a massage and some more pool time :-). A couple of the locals was calling me Budda, which was probably more to do with my shaved head rather than my spiritual beliefs ha ha!. Tue 18th - I went for a walk around ...
... the Kiso Valley. Nara is a small city with a big parkland full of ancient temples and gardens and deer. Like Miyajima the "wild" deer are tame enough to wonder around the public attracting love and attention from passers by. Unlike Miyajima feeding the deer is actively encouraged here and you can buy little deer biscuits which they enjoy to nibble from your hand. I'm not sure if this is a controversial opinion or not but I actually enjoyed walking around Nara more than ...
... will be back.
There were a few other customers in there and I am sorry to say one was Australian and an arrogant so and so. The other was an Asian and an arrogant so and so. The Australian started yelling for her to come and bring him another beer.
the Asian was demanding he not pay for the crackers on the table in packets.....and didn't. They were only 20c a packet, can you believe it !
Well she got his 20c cos we tipped her.
... driver, Ketut picked us up at noon and we were about to learn why our guide book suggested that hiring a driver is much safer than renting a car. The roads are narrow, the traffic chaotic and for every car there are at least 20 scooters and 1 or 2 large trucks. Scooters pass on the left and right side and frequently drive on the wrong side. Apparently, they are all still “learning” to drive. Candidasa is located on the east coast of ...
... on the boat by our driver and he would take us to see some big fish. We drove along and stopped next to a big boat that our driver called "a submarine" it was actually a big boat that people go down stairs on and look out through a big glass screen at the huge fish. Snorkelling we was now one of the attractions for the people looking out at us through the glass. The people on deck of the boat was throwing food out to the huge fish in the water and on seeing ...