TripAdvisor Reviews Matahari Inn Kuta
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... As a bit of a loser when it comes to theme parks and the like, I was a little nervous for the first few slides. After approaching them with much trepidation, I managed to push my fears aside and got into the swing of things. With a dozen or so slides to choose from there was only one which I flatly refused to try – and that was Climax. This consists of a chamber with a trapdoor which opens to a vertical drop followed by a twisting tube slide. At the end the user ...
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Settling in after a full day's transit I must have slept so deep that I couldn't recall any stories from my sleep. The summer humidity in Korea makes it easy but further south east Asia surprisingly feels a lot cooler and just a day on my feet was enough. Six hours, two meals, 3 wines and two movies later, Bali, here we are.
From touch down, we needed a rest break before applying for visa's on arrival and met again the Papuan whom I ...
... were dropped off. A swarm of people gathered around us trying to persuade us into staying at they're accommodation. We turned them down and walked down to the town square recommended by Cerys book. We found a nice hotel for rp150 a night, and booked for 2. We put our swimsuits on because we were hot and sweaty from our bag carrying and headed for the beech. The sea was supprisenly warm compared to other places so far. So we sat in ...
... is a flashy new resort with a huge pool area with music pumping, models everywhere - it looked like a Hollywood movie. Out on the beach there are some rustic and funky warungs to drink and eat at - one was a 2 story straw hut and was full of people which looks like a nice place.
Justin had a really bad day while in Kuta - in the morning he broke his sunnies and later his havianas had a blow out and he had to walk all the way home barefoot with me ...
... viper and what was even a better found – a snail eating snake (pareas carinatus) that was hanging on a branch right over our heads when walking along the trial. We did not know what to take photos of first as this was one of the rare species that I always wanted to see, as well. The snail eating snakes are very tame and friendly so I was able to grab it and handle if for a while. At the same spot when we were releasing ...
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