How has this resort rated in the past?
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews O-CE-N Bali Legian
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... why wouldn't you have one each day? We later went for a walk into Kuta and came across a real dodgy money exchange guy. Lonely Planet guidebook warns about these and says to use the Central Kuta exchange places which we have been doing, however thought that we would try another one tonight. We always count the money ourselves infront the of exchange person to make sure its right. The guy tonight was very good. Both Maddy & myself watched the guy count out ...
... to see some beautiful walkways lined with cherry blossom there were also noticeable patches outside of temples where you know the bloom will have arrived after we left. It is hard to adequately explain the air of excitement the Japanese feel toward the coming Spring. A lone tree in bloom in a Tokyo garden will attract a crowd of photographers as if Brad Pitt had just arrived by helicopter. Flowers, bushes and trees all garnish such loving care and attention from the ...
... minus the mosquitoes) is an easy-going, friendly place, with a lot to keep you entertained (even if it's just watching a dodgy old truck failing to get up the hill and mayhem breaking loose, monkeys in the street carrying tins of paint, people trying their best selling tactics - 'Taxi?', 'No thank you,' 'Maybe tomorrow??!' and people on bikes selling anything from a cup of tea to goldfish in bags).
We had an easy walk to the Perama bus ...
... or something they other day a really bad experience.
We have befriended a driver Silviano who we call and picks us up and waits or comes back later to take us to the Riding centre or Rieko shopping etc. Very reasonable prices (eg for 90 minutes we have paid about $15 or and hour just under $10. He never expects a tip but as mentioned before he may make about $5.00 a day so we like to give him a bit extra for waiting and helping so much.
... rent rooms and villas. They have a sister resort a few kilometers up the road called the Shangri-La Resort and we are free to visit catching their shuttle bus. It appears that most guests and “owners” here are Australian.
Our villa is a one bedroom with kitchen located on the first floor about 20 feet from a very nice pool. This set up reminds us of Paya Bay. We are 30 feet from the bar and restaurant or we are free to cook ...