Bali Hotel Pearl
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBali Hotel Pearl Legian
Pearl Hotel is perfect for adults looking for a quiet place to relax.
We stayed in the ground floor Superior room and the bathroom was huge.
The pool is large and deep and perfect temperature.
The bonus is the beautiful Pearl restaurant onsite.
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... between two Edo period (old) post towns, Magome and Tsumago. In spite of the two hour journey to and from the valley and all the walking in between this ended up being our favourite place outside of the incomparable Tokyo. We started in Magome, which was a pleasant old style town which sits up in the mountains and commands a stunning view from the observation post of Japan by way of Switzerland. At first I was disappointed with the hiking trail, I'd expected an old world ...
... it. I visited 4 years ago for my first real Asian adventure, and vowed to return someday. Well, for most someday never comes but for me someday has arrived.
The trip here was not without its troubles however. Julie and I hit up the HK airport with lots of time to spare. We were scheduled to fly over night through Singapore, getting into Bali 5 am the next day. I had booked a one way ticket, as my departure ...
... the cliffs and forms channels, stove pipes and overhangs, which we build cafes on top of, and sell cold beer and fish tacos there. It's impossibly alluring.
Indonesia does not disappoint, and we're glad. And we remember again that we're here for three weeks. We haven't booked any accommodations or made plans for where we'll be after the turn of the year, and we start to compare places for consideration. Blue Point starts this list, with it's epic beach ...
We headed down to the temple before breakfast to see it without the hordes of people and to see what the tide was doing. Sure enough, it was high tide and the temple was surrounded by water. The waves were crashing against the base and creating huge sprays of water. There were only a few stalls open, only 2 photographers with their printers and very few tourists. We enjoyed the quiet and listened to the crashing ...
... resort restaurant, something we vowed we would try and avoid. Walking into the restaurant at around 8pm we found it deserted. After walking towards a counter near the kitchen and looking around we headed towards the door and suddenly a woman appeared from behind another counter near the door. Looking down it became evident that she was asleep on the floor when we walked in, we could tell by the yawn, embarrassed look and rolled up towels on the floor she was using ...