Parigata Villas Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsParigata Villas Resort Sanur
it was a perfect place to stay very nice people and a private pool!!!
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Travel Blogs from Sanur
We wanted to travel over the middle of Bali, stopping at a few sights but the bus is **** in Bali as everybody hires bikes. I can't hire a bike here as you need an international driving licence and get stopped regularly and fined by the police if you don't have one. I was not even aware beforehand that I was diving without a licence haha. The funny thing is the police fine you for driving without a licence then let you continue your journey driving without ...
... a room with about 40 other people, all holding hands. The instructor explained the breathing process, things we might see and 'cores' we had to focus on. He then warned us not to get distracted as some people scream, shout, cry, laugh etc. There were 7 breathing rounds. Round 3, nothing happened. But the next round was bloody crazy. There were tears, shouting, screaming, howling, people headbanging...Kieran and Nat sat their squeezing each others hands to say...'what the...' ...
... to Kuta, having to survive more horrendous traffic on the way. We are hoping to see the sun set here later on, as the sun rises on our side of the island, East and sets on this side, the West side of the island.
With a long broad Indian Ocean beach-front, Kuta was originally discovered by tourists as a surfing paradise. It has long been a popular stop on the classic backpacking route in South East Asia. Back in the 1980s they used to talk about the three ...
... incredibly vivid colours found in gardens, on trees, on the streets, or adorning buildings. The air is filled with aromatic incense, spice, or floral smells, which definitely grow on you. There are three other odours you can't escape-- the smell of gas fumes from the motorbikes and tourist vans which comprise the main traffic here, the delicious smells of food cooking, and the occasional sewage smells, since sidewalks are typically built over wastewater trenches. ...
...are three places I was uncertain I would definitely get the chance to visit during my time in Sanur. However, as it's much quicker to travel to places than I thought I've dived right into a bit of spontaneous travel here in Bali. On my first day, even after a short amount of sleep - (there's something disorientating about getting into a dark, silent dorm room at 3am!) - I was able to get up and make some ...