Rita ZA Hotel

Kuta Beach Street, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kuta Beach Street, Kuta, is near Waterbom, Elephant Safari Park, Legian Beach, and Banjar Hot Springs (Air Panans Banjar).
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Travel Blogs from Kuta

Bali's Best Eats in Sanur, Kuta and Legian

A travel blog entry by julsnjust on Jun 28, 2014

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... jl Tamblingan south of Hardies supermarket
What can you say ... good home cooking Balinese food by a lovely 70yo lady at the cheapest prices we have seen.
1 ayam lawar
1 nasi goring
1 sate ayam
1 cap cay
2 small bingtang
A large dinner for two at the grand total of 73000 rp ($7 aud) but byo ambiance / music
We also had breakfast here 40,000 rp for two including fresh juice.


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First few days of Bali

A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on Apr 12, 2014

1 comment

... was with us) so we stopped to try some local delicacies. We didn't really know what they were but they tasted good. Then we headed off to the villa! The villa was immense! We were very impressed with the huge rooms, balconies, pool, jacuzzi and basically all of it but we waited for the rest of the party to arrive before we settled in. Cue even more tears (mainly me and Rania) and then we chilled out in the afternoon. We went for a walk down the beach to get some lunch but it ...

Mad Dogs and Englishmen

A travel blog entry by thereisnoplan on Mar 30, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... fact, being out & about will land locals with a fine of sweeping the streets and local temple; apparently overseas visitors get otherwise ‘punished’ (according to a friendly local we met later in the evening). Knowing we were confined to the resort the next day, we needed to head out to procure supplies. Walking out into the untouristy streets of Sukawati was fairly intimidating at first, the maze of small roads and alleys ...

UBud- Denpasar- Flores

A travel blog entry by kennethq on Feb 01, 2014

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... kept asking me kindergarten level questions as well as reciting the alphabet about twenty times- it was great craic! No hassles checking in for the flight thankfully, which I was about two hours too early for, so squeezed in three cups of coffee before boarding. Noticed that one cup of Luwak coffee was $9 in the airport cafe- definitely going to stock up on that money spinner before I leave! Apart from the devil baby ...

Biggest day out

A travel blog entry by sjoyce007 on Dec 19, 2013

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... they are teaching it to start going away from its mother for short trips. Our guide passes us to the park guides and says his farewell. Sirgay and I get en elephant each and a park umbrella is stowed behind us. We meander around a bush clad circuit for about half an hour, which is plenty on these slow but lumpy swaying walkers. Sirgay gets left behind and he explains later that his elephant stopped to pick a jackfruit and stomped on it to open and eat ...