Sandat Hotel Legian
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... tea (one of Ben’s birthday presents). Very tasty but more than we could eat, we were able to enjoy a selection of sandwiches, savoury pastries, spring rolls, chocolate and fruit mousses and little tartlets, all washed down with a nice pot of peppermint tea. After a pleasant nap by the pool, we started getting ready to hit the town, starting with a few of those Aussie bars we’d spotted the previous day. We ended up going to the ...
... asking if I wanted to get together and do some activities. I replied saying I was ok with that. So, I showered and headed to her area. She asked me to meet at a tour company that she was going to. So as I got there, she was just finishing enquiring about various tour options. She asked if I have had lunch yet, which I hadn't, so we headed out to find some food. She was keen to eat Indonesian food, and had picked out a place listed in her guidebook. I ...
... On our last day at the hotel we went to the waterpark which was so good! We went as soon as it opened so managed to go on all the big rides before there were any queues. 3 of the rides were shut which was annoying but we got 20% off. We then went to an amazing Mexican restaurant just opposite for lunch. That evening we got a car to Ubud which is inland and just north of ...
... so lovely and welcoming. It it was heartbreaking to visit the memorial site dedicated to the Australians and others who lost their lives in the Bali Bombings but I'm happy I got to share my respects. In hindsight, we wished we booked longer in Kuta and less time in Seminyak and Ubud. Overall, 16 days in Bali was a little too long. We could have visited more islands in Indonesia with our time but ...
... can attend, then each family within that village has their own family temple attached to their house or in their grounds which only they can use so it's no wonder that taking that into consideration plus all the other major temples that are visited by locals and tourists alike it’s no wonder that Bali has over 1 million temples and is known as 'Island of the gods'!