Club Med Bali
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClub Med Bali Nusa Dua
Great family resort. The Kids Club for children is wonderful! The rooms were spacious and comfortable. We had two adjoining rooms which are ideal for a family with children. Our children especially loved the trapeze school. The staff are helpful, friendly and make you feel right at home. We hired a local woman to babysit our 1 year old. She was gentle, kind and loving. It allowed us to go out and explore Bali. Live shows/entertainment every night. I recommend requesting a room far away from the main plaza though because the music is loud late into the night. The beach is on the property and Club Med has lounge chairs and a bar on the beach. Snorkeling is free and a 5 minute boat ride directly out from the resort makes is so convenient.
Cons: The buildings have a lot of stairs. It can be difficult with young children and strollers to manage the steps. The buffet food was redundant and bland. If you want to go into town you have to hire a driver, not close enough to walk. Drivers can be picked up just outside the main gate. Bargain for a daily rate and go site seeing to other beaches.
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Looks like I have a bit of catching up to do here so I'll try to get through this quickly. Nothing epic yet but the past few days went as follows:
Despite almost 36 hours of travel time, the journey was pretty painless. Upon my arrival in Doha, Qatar, I was able to get an internet connection and found out that Matt and Frida had been delayed in Stockholm and would be unable to meet me during our layovers as we had originally planned. Bummer. I made ...
... 15 feet) to the pool bar, and order a large glass of white wine to accompany my lunch (often chicken satay and rice). Lunch would normally be followed by another large glass of wine in my hammock, whilst I watched the tide go out and the locals start their seaweed farming. There were possibly another 5/6 people staying at my accommodation, so the peace and quiet I was hoping for, I most certainly got!
Most evenings, I would frequent the restaurant area, again, overlooking ...