White Rose Hotel & Villas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWhite Rose Hotel & Villas Kuta
very convenion, good service and close with the kuta beach just walk aroun 5 minut and easy to find a traditional market.
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Wednesday 29th July
We made our way from Sanur to Kuta in the early morning, by taxi as these are convenient, fast and reasonably priced (as long as you banter the price beforehand). We arrived at the hotel too early to check in to our room, so we dropped off the bags and headed off to Waterbom, a water park just 20 minutes away on foot. On …
... I was obliged by the fact that I had to keep up with the traffic everywhere. It was so different compared to riding a scooter back home! I parked at a supermarket next to surf shops in Seminyak. After looking around for a short time I rode to the Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak. I could not believe the security here, they had stopped my scooter on entrance, pulled open my seat and checked if I had any alcohol on me. I was all clear then I proceeded to park in the parking ...
... They are just so friendly and polite. Well, except for South Bali, which is very commercial. Everyone says hello as they pass you by. No one really pressurizes you to buy. The weather has been good as well, being cool and sunny. Today was about traveling to Ubud. In spite of having the important call in the evening, I decided to go with Caroline. Ubud was really commercial, but at least she got her shopping done. What a turn of ...
... I battled on valiantly. My newly washed clothes had been soaked and thus smelt like sewers, but I pushed such thoughts to the back of my mind for the time had come to visit the Orangutang sanctuary. Many rumours had spoken of this place, so when I went I expected a large, natural enclosure, filled with numerous injured orangutangs. However when we arrived I realised that the sanctuary consisted of one pathway which led to a makeshift play area for the animals. Behind this area ...
... the gardens and also asked to see the owl that is normally at the entrance, we wanted to hold it. As it had just drizzled a little with rain, they had popped the owls away, it wasn't the big one, but 2 little babies.......they took us up into the house come warung and bought them out. Oh my......so very CUTE. We gave them a small donation which was gratefully accepted.
It was very hot up in this area, more so than kuta we think. You could have wrung me ...