Alam KulKul Boutique Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlam KulKul Boutique Resort Kuta
Had a really fantastic stay. Hotel is quiet with two pools. Service was great - everyone very friendly. Rooms were clean. Breafast included was just what was needed to start to the day.
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... minimal items, no credit cards and no excess cash. But unsure of the prices I did carry more than required. I counted how much I had in the wallet. The prices asked for a massage is redicliously low $7 for an hour massage. My clothes were in a basket under the table. The massage was excellent and I was going to provide a substantial tip, but when I went to pay I found around $30 worth of ...
... night. We had another Bintang beer and watched the surf crash on the shore below.
Wow. We've had some really bad Bali karma here lately. First, I left one debit card at an ATM on arrival at midnight and I still haven't made it to that bank office to try to get it back. Then last night I used another card at an ATM in a restaurant and it didn't do anything for about a minute and spit my card back with no money and no receipt. This morning ...
... very glad I went. Made was great. He knows all the local places, great things to do, what to eat, you name it. The next day with Made was awesome, he showed me the Temple Tanahlot It was a beautiful ocean side temple that sits on top of a rock that has been slowly carved away from years of erosion. It is different to now see temples of a different religion after so many Buddhist ones in Thailand. But breathtaking nonetheless.
Now we all know I love ...
... to get back on and keep riding which he did!
The people along the road were happy to see us and most waved. There seems to be an acceptance for tourism in Bali and even out here in the countryside, the Balinese people are happy with tourists to be within their lives/space/area. A privilege to share this country with them.
We arrived at the little village called ...
... through each small road that turned off. Not a 20 minute ride away from my hostel, I found a small road traversing beautiful rice paddies. I did not see a single tourist while I was there (~40 mins), even though tourist central was very nearby. The saturated rice paddies were dotted with pearl white herons and surrounded by tall coconut palms. The sound of rushing water and chirping insects and ...