Puri Uluwatu Villas

Address: Jalan Pantai Suluban, Uluwatu, Bali, Indonesia | Villa
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This villa, located on Jalan Pantai Suluban, Uluwatu, is near Pura Tanah Lot, Nusa Dua Beach, Jimbaran Bay, and Tirta Gangga.
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    Travel Blogs from Uluwatu

    Indonesia - Bali - Uluwatu (or maybe not!)

    A travel blog entry by ladykb on Aug 25, 2014

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    ... poisoning 1 day from there. On checking as well I was really unhappy when I asked why they were photocopying my credit card? They said for deposit security, well we have been taught to never let it out of our sight let alone someone photocopy. What made matters worse was when they tried to explain why they said "Here look we take copies of all cards" and with this handed me someone else's photocopy! Geeez I immediately said "Do not show mind to anyone else". They just don't get ...

    Back to Bali

    A travel blog entry by dawn8_21 on Jun 28, 2014

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    ... We got the 3pm boat back to Sanur Beach, which actually left relatively on time. Sometimes the boats run on island time and it can be up to an hour late. The ride back was quite entertaining because the water was rough and each time we hit a big wave, the boat would jump and the locals we let out a collective squeal of fear/delight. Once back on Sanur Beach, we found a little restaurant on the waterfront and parked our bags. We took ...

    Escape from the Indonesian Sea Goddess

    A travel blog entry by eherbert on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... were completely and utterly out of our league.

    We had a bit of a problem on our hands. We couldn't surf the waves because we would die. We couldn't go back in, because the entry/exit is the most hazardous at high tide, which it was rapidly approaching. Therefore, we could either wait for 1-2 hours out there until the tide was at least to the level at which we came out at, or we could paddle 4 km down the coast to Hottie Beach. We decided to just hang out there ...

    Bali- The Highs, The Lows and The So-So's

    A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards on Mar 31, 2014

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    ... have to pay another $20 per person departure tax. And guess what, the coat went up the day before we were due to depart! Typical! So, you add up the pros and cons. Maybe we had this idea of bali as being the gorgeous tropical untouched island. But it IS a massively popular holiday destination. We dug in and found some little nooks and crannies that made it all worthwhile. I would go to bali for Ubud alone. It's definitely somewhere if recommend , just step of the tourist ...

    Pedang Pedang and Uluwatu

    A travel blog entry by tristanbreslin on Aug 19, 2013

    4 photos

    ... what you want to know. And often if they can get away with it, they won't put on the meter and demand outrageous prices, often starting at triple or quadruple the normal price. This, I found, was insulting. They get totally offended and upset if you mess them around, but that's all they bloody do to foreigners. They are utterly useless and my normal sympathy for these people is completely lost when it comes to taxi drivers. ...