Santai Hotel Bali
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsSantai Hotel Bali Amed
Santai Hotel ist an der Nordostkueste, hat einen schwarzen scharfkantigen Lavastrand und ein wundervolles Riff direkt vor dem Hotel. Als wir dort waren, konnte man aber kaum schwimmen, da das Meer nach Regenfaellen total zugemuellt war. Der Muell kommt aus den Bergen durch die Fluesse.
Das Ressort ist phantastisch im orginal balinesischen Stil mit Bambus,Kokosholz und Reisstrohdaechern gebaut. Der pool ist schoen und gross, das Essen ist gut, der Service freundlich und rundherum befinden sich viele sehr gute kleine Restaurants und gute Badestraende, sowie Tauchgruende.
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The Balinese people are so special. They are extremely friendly and accommodating. Always asking if you’re ok, if you need anything and how can they help you. We are really enjoying our stay here. Found lots of businesses use “hotspots” for their internet instead of routers. Makes for some up and down service. ...
Day 63. After another 'petit dejeuner sur le balcon', the five of us not diving rented bikes from the nearest shop and set off. The bikes were an interesting affair; mine was certainly too small such that my legs had to pump furiously to generate speed, also boasted non-existent brakes and had a squeaky wheel. The others' were in similar states of disrepair. Given the busy roads with tourists, other cyclists and carts, the bells were one thing that worked fantastically. We set off ...
... cute seal faced pufferfish, more turtles, dog tooth tuna, a Christmas tree worm and loads more exciting fish. The best part was down at 18m where we watched two whitetip reef shark hiding under a reef. We all confessed that we would have been so scared if they had darted out at us, but it was incredibly exciting to see them! After our exam, it was time for our final dive of the course. It was quite sad knowing we had almost finished but it was a great dive. ...
... the day, a local called Eddy. We’re heading out towards Lombok to a dive site which comes recommended to us, Seahorse Bay. The outrigger is fairly small and doesn’t feel too busy – it doesn’t seem to be a popular site, though the assembled divers heading there seem to be very experienced generally. We jump in and the dive is beautiful – clear blue water with almost perfect visibility, a fairly shallow site (we drop deep ...