Sun Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kuta
... to be meeting a driver who was going to take us to our guest house in Muding, North Kuta. He didn't show up because the airport was like rush hour at Waterloo Train Station. We had to start searching for a Taxi but every Taxi said they did not know where the address was or they just didn't want to take us! Eventually after walking around for a bit we managed to find a Taxi driver who would take us there for 300,000 Rp (£15). This ...
My favorites had to be Gunung Kawi and Batukaru. Some temples have bathing pools that spout crystal-clear water from adjoining springs. The temple Titra Empul is most famous for this and as a result, the waters are crowded with sweaty white people. The pool at Gunung Kawi was pristine.
Alone, I slip into the water and coy fish ripple outward. I dip my head under ...
... it's hard not to feel comfortable anywhere we have been so far as everyone is unbelievably friendly here, they genuinely seem happy to see you out and about and having fun on this Island.
We had a chat with Wayan around what was out and about near his village and decided to take a ride out to see a waterfall at Tegenungung a few kilometers from where we were. We didn't find the waterfall and got caught in a massive downpour, raining so hard it actually hurt your skin as you we ...
... far from the beach. Arrived and got checked in, walked around the legendary Kuta, Australia's version of Benidorm! Taxi, massage, sunglasses, restaurants, bars it lived up to what I heard. The beach was ok and the waves were pretty strong, not fussed on coming back here. Got to see some rugby in a sports pub Ireland v Samoa probably best bit of my memories of Kuta. Got a shuttle bus to Padang Bai with just us on it and eventually found our guesthouse, Lemon House up 70 steps, ...
... the dolphins. Had a few hours around the pool again then went for lunch. In the afternoon we just relaxed a little more around the pool reading etc. We later went and sat on the beach to watch sunset before going up to the warung we ate at yesterday lunchtime. We had a right feast! Indonesian platter for 2, it was huge. We then had black rice pudding each, it was delicious. Probably the best Indonesian meal with had to date for around £8 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking