Travel Blogs from Legian
If I'm to be brutally honest, our time spent in the Kuta area was in
general pretty disappointing (for me anyway). Everything is geared
towards Australian tourists, so much so that locals even put on Aussie
accents when they try to get you into their shop or taxi, and there are
Aussie slogans everywhere like at the bar on the …
We landed at about 7pm after a quick three hour flight. I Highly recommend Air Asia, cheap, very clean plane, good flight.
We took a taxi from the airport as the shuttle bus was miles away. We pre paid the taxi, R55,000!! Which is less than £4 and we worked our way around all the push bikes, scooters/motorbikes and drunk Australians in " …
After our dive, we chartered a car and driver to get to Kuta. We stayed in Legian, the town north of Kuta, at the Vilarisi Hotel Bali. I was sad that we would only have 1 night in the Kuta area, since that wouldn't give us enough time to try surfing again. Our hotel was a bit of a splurge (US$27/night w/breakfast), but it was nice to have a little …
... of him, my second son.
Booked into the Bliss Wayan Hotel where Kath Bob, Robyn and Colin are also staying. It is a lovely hotel with a surf theme and we are all spending lovely times catching up.
29/08/2013: Renee and Scott returned from Gilli, they had a wonderful time scuba diving.
31/08/2013: The party is coming to an end. Kerryn and Mark were the first to depart, followed by Mike, Andy, Leonie and Glen. Robyn and Colin next. Lee and Vicky left yesterday.
... in Bali before. She does such a good job! Lesson learned. Grabbed a couple new books today. I found Fifty Shades of Grey in the book store, may as well see what all the fuss is about. Steve is going to read Seven Years in Tibet, it is supposed to be one of the best travel stories of our time.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking