Zet Inn

Jl. Bakungsari Gg. Kresek no.3, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Kuta

Kuta, Bali.

A travel blog entry by siancorbs


... of my tops are crop tops but once I get to australia I can get new ones so I'm not that bothered - another week of walking a round like Oliver Twist won't harm me.
Met with half of the gang from penang which was exciting! They go off to Sydney a week or so before us and straight to do their farming work so we probably won't see each other again for a while. They introduced us to the strawpedo ice game which is where if ...

Touch Down on Gili Town

A travel blog entry by twoelusive

... To go anywhere you have to walk through some local streets, and although there are plenty of ankle deep puddles during the monsoon season here - it's a nice little walk from the madness. On further exploration of the island, either ends of the main strip (almost one length of the island) the shops/eateries/people cease to exist really and there is just simple and stunning beach. The kind of ...

A blessed day

A travel blog entry by duna


... to the rapid movements making a fast flow making your body quickly warm up (if it wasn't already from the 30k bike ride!). With the heat it was today it really felt like 40 degrees in that room! At the start the teacher said "this is a 2/3 level class", that is the highest level here and again that voice said "are you sure Duna?", yes I was sure and I gave my best. Later he told the class "you're not competing with anyone, ...

Day 2: Kuta, Bali

A travel blog entry by bmcswag


... The offerings can contain flowers, rice, what look like large Cheerios, incense and sometimes water or an oil of sorts. They put them out every single day and the street cleaners clean up the old ones. On our walk to the market we saw some construction workers building a house. We noticed the lack of safety attire they wear in comparison to back home. They also use bamboo sticks as support columns to hold up the cross beams (see picture). At the market we purchased a few plantains ...


A travel blog entry by kirstiewilliams


... home is a bloody good cup of tea. I have tried many cups and I can clearly say they don't have a patch on PG tips! Student mind as he's addicted to the Bali coffee, but I prefer my tea. The only thing I found which I am now drinking by the gallon is Twinings Earl gray Tea, cost me 6 for a small pack of tea bags, but sooooo worth it. I knew I shouldn't have listened to Stu and not brought my 5 packs of tea bags I wanted to bring. Never listen to men, they don't know what they talking ...


This inn, located on Jl. Bakungsari Gg. Kresek no.3, Kuta, is near Waterbom, Elephant Safari Park, Legian Beach, and Banjar Hot Springs (Air Panans Banjar).
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