TripAdvisor Reviews Matahari Inn Kuta
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... for the last 2 nights, so happy to gave 6 nights in thus lovely suite. Our first impressions of Villa Diana was nice and peaceful and very good for families. Lovely pool and dome comfy say beds around the pool. We simply sat around the pool on the first day and ate from room service which was ok, deciding o explore a little tomorrow. DAY 2 Breakfast is 7-10am and as we didn't head down to after 9:30 the choice was limited so we opted for the egg station and poached eggs ...
... but byo spoon
Preginas - our old favorite. Jl. Danau Tamblingan 106,Sanur.
Across the menu it has never disappointed and some of the best indo food in Sanur with great ambiance.
A little pricy mid 40,000 rp
Awesome nasi campur and siap rica.
Coconut tree JL. Danau Tamblingan, No. 68
Great Mie goreng special around 30,000rp - rustic little place with good food & good prices.
Warung Odah - Sth Sanur walking path ...
... like scars from burns or cuts in his skin. One is a crescent moon on his left shoulder, one is an x on his chest to symbolize the soul and one is the number 18 on his right shoulder to represent the 18th generation. After booking everything Jack called a nearby spa and asked if they had room for us. They did and we were picked up by the spa driver. Maria and I each got a 1 hour Balinese massage and a 1 hour pedicure. It cost $15 for each, which is ...
... during the day and in the evening headed into Kuta to see what all the fuss was about. Besides getting hassled every 2 meters the bars were busy and cool, especially the reggae bar that had a seriously good live band.
We had a villa booked in Bali for the last week of our three week Indonesia leg so decided we would head off and explore other parts of Indo before returning. From our hostel we managed to book transport and ferry to the infamous Gili Islands...
... to be terrible but it was actually quite good. Neil’s burger was a bit bland but did the trick!
The return shuttle was at 5pm and Nay wanted a haircut so we made a move back towards the mall. We had stopped and looked at a few places as we had been walking around but the prices and appearances of each place were wildly different so it was difficult to benchmark what was a reasonable investment! It was gone 4pm and we were running out of options, so ...
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