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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Vilarisi Hotel Legian
Travel Blogs from Legian
... usche nicht abdecken. Zum Glück stieg sie nach ca. eineinhalb Stunden aus. Als es zu regnen begann, regnete es leider auch durch die Busdecke auf Michis Sitz. Wir sahen unsere ersten balinesischen Reisfelder und ein paar kurze Blicke aufs Meer.
Wenn es heißt, dass ein Bus nach Denpasar fährt, dann nimmt man an, dass man in Denpasar oder in einem sehr nahe liegendem Vorort aussteigt. In Bali darf man nichts annehmen sondern alles im Vorhinein gut ...
After a terrible sleep with strange dreams we struggle to get up this morning. Manage to peel ourselves out of the cloud bed for the last breakfast at The Stones! Waa. Have our usual but include sweet treats today (naughteeeeee) We have to check out by 12 so go back to the room to pack and get ready. Secretly this means go back to bed and watch Adventure Time. I have a brainwave that we can prob get a late checkout ...
... in the evening with them. This was a lovely evening to top off an amazing day. The ceremony seemed a bit like a Christening with two older people from the family performing the ritual completely soaking Sues son with water as well as trying to drink it. It was very nice to see and to watch this process so close and the different stages they do everything in. They were singing, preying, waving incense around everywhere and using belles as chimes In between. After they had finished ...
... in understanding what he was talking about, but appeared to be interested and made polite noises at appropriate times. David just looked bored and took photographs when he was told to do so. Susie washed her face with holy water, which will keep her looks forever young. David was not invited to do likewise (apparently, he is beyond saving!). To exit the temple we had to run a gauntlet between two rows of souvenir shops that was nearly 200 metres long. We started off ...
... guesthouse, which was a lovely new room and balcony above a friendly Balinese family's home, before heading out for some lunch. This was when we first noticed the 'offerings' left on the streets and shrines everywhere (Bali is the only Indonesian island which is mainly Hindu). We have since gotten used to them as you see them scattered around in varying states of decay and sometimes infested with ants - yes, rice is offered to the Gods! They are pretty unique to Bali though ...