Parigata Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Australian, Thai - all good, and some very high end hotels - Hyatts, Fairmonts - with beach cabanas and massage ladies giving massages right on the beach. There are numerous restaurants right on the beach where they will grill fish or shrimps for you and many bars too.
The tourists are primarily ...
... the shops. After walking up the lane I went back to my hotel got change and went back out to go shopping. After looking and buying new clothes I come across a shop full of mini guitars. After looking at them I asked the shop owner how much for two he said 1, 000, 00 bart I said no way I offered him 75,000 for one and he said ok. After a day of shopping I went back to my hotel and sat around the pool with cold beverages. ...
... temperature and calmer water makes the beach suitable for all year round enjoyment. Adjacent to the beach, stands the Inna Beach Hotel – a war-compensation hotel built by the Government of Japan in 1963, next to the sacred Ratu Ayu Singgi temple where an eerie spirit is believed to reside. The hotel itself has experienced several accidental fires – some say caused by the fact that its 11 levels exceed the height of coconut trees, which according to ...
... accepting local currency instead of dollars- which we had kept from Cambodia. This worked out as costing us an extra £30 person. Anyway, we applied, got granted, and picked up our visas seamlessly 2 days later. It was only after that we realised the kids should have been free. Losing us about £120. Great! Even the official Embassy is out to scam you! Next 'scam' was when Spen went to settle up the bill at our nice 250,000IDR per night Sanur room. He came back ...
... massage?", "taxi?". The offerings to the gods are on the doorstep to most premises, and the smell of incense fills the air. Tradition and custom is everywhere, but even that hasn't stopped the Western invasion. Starbucks, Pandora, Quicksilver, Ripcurl, Ralph Lauren, they all have a presence here. Despite that, I like it here, so rich in character is the town. When one hears the words spirituality and culture when talking of a destination, one automatically tends to think "alternative" ...