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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
... to the future and thrives with people, culture and commerce. Yet Hiroshima will always carry the memory of that dark day when the Atomic bomb wreaked such indiscriminate devastation upon people and buildings alike. The only structure which remains from that time is the shell of the Atomic dome, a building which somehow survived the total destruction of everything around it. There are those in the city who would prefer to see this relic of an infamous time removed so the city ...
... were really melting in the heat and decided that we would venture off on a walk across to the other side of the beach where (as the brochure said) there would be a cute French Crepery with a pool. Sounded like just the shot. After 25 minutes navigating the uneven rock strewn beach front pathways (bloody dangerous) we discovered our little Crepery was not existent. Not happy Jan!! But along the way were friendly faces and happy children (how ...
... only seen through a camera lens. A few interesting fish later, we had an encounter with cranky fella. He was quite a large fish, perhaps 1.5 feet long, 1 foot high, and he decided Julie was the enemy. He followed us lunging at her fins, nipping away! Wow, what a jerk! We did manage to scare him off, but a sobering reality as to who owns this world. Clue, it is not us.
We completed that lovely adventure, and feeling ...
... was a lot stronger making it so difficult to swim back out to try and catch waves. Although not necessarily beginner waves, making them a lot more difficult to catch the few that we did manage to catch were great fun and made it more rewarding. Absolutely shattered afterwards we took the rest of the day and evening to chill out before a 4am wake up call (for me and Nik at least) to go watch the World Cup final before we caught a boat to our next destination The Gili ...
... beach was almost deserted. One guy in the water, a dog, and a local combing the beach for shells. The dog greeted us and joined our adventure as we set up camp in the same patch of shade I sought out several days prior. The local soon followed and sat with us hoping to sell us some of the bracelets he was making. He introduced himself as Wayan and after Tobi made a purchase he became very fond of her and hung around with us for the remainder of the day, as well as the ...