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August 26, 2005
As you walk in the room, you no you are in a resort away from home. Your bed welcomes you to its marshmellowie goodness. The TV has many different channels, including E!, Cartoon Network, and more. There is a fruit bowl waiting with many tropical fruits that are the best. Don't judge by there appearances there all good.
The bathroom is spectacular; there are wonderful counters with enough space for everything, and even a sink. The shower is wonderful, although you have it in the tub in the normal rooms, in the suites, you have a tub and a shower. Wonderful bathrobes, and even flip-flops to walk around the hotel in.
There are at least ten different pools, kiddie, with sand,islands, basketball hoops, ect. Also if you get a ground floor room, you will have private access to many of the pools, by way of your patio/balcony. Also there is only 270 rooms, and while I was there, it was full, and we were going crazy trying to figure out where everyone is. There are balconies that overlook the ocean or pool. They are meant for two but can accommodate more and have a table, roof, padding, and more. Awesome!
Complimentary breakfast is awesome; there are many choices, from Indonesian to Western with waffles (TDF) and many more at two spacious restaurants.
There are many water sports offered, but some are off-site, and the safety isn't considered to be number one, so watch out. Also during August, it is near spring tide, so low tide is low, which means do water sports earlier than later.
Wonderful for the family, plenty of security, but make sure to be on your guard.
From journal Bali
La Quinta, California
January 8, 2005
From journal Sheraton Laguna Nusa Dua, Bali