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This hotel is damned near close to perfect. In fact, scrub that, this hotel is perfect. It is set slightly outside the main town for starters so it is calm, quiet & the perfect spot for relaxing. David is the perfect host - every last...More
From the time they picked us up at the airport until they dropped us off it was first class service with an extreme personal touch. When they picked us up at the airport they gave each of us a fresh coconut to drink, a fresh...More
I really don't know where to start with my praise. Maybe, I can't think of anything that I did not like. The little hotel is beautiful, a great place to relax and recover. I love the garden, the pool and the open air restaurant (eat...More
What an amazing experience! Its about 10 mins from the center of the town and "Pub Street" but from the minute we arrived we were enveloped peaceful luxury where nothing was too much trouble for the staff to attend to. The ambiance, the food the...More
I stayed with my daughter at Shintana Saya Residence for three wonderful nights. The room was large and lovely and the service truly great. David and the rest of the staff were so eager to make sure everything was just perfect, to the point where...More
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Yes it is safe to eat, kitchen is to Western Standards, (i got a peek at it!), As a side note, I generally do not eat raw vegetables unless I am at a major hotel as just washing the vegetables does not necessarily clear... More
Yes it is safe to eat, kitchen is to Western Standards, (i got a peek at it!), As a side note, I generally do not eat raw vegetables unless I am at a major hotel as just washing the vegetables does not necessarily clear bacteria off the food..
Fruit with skins, and cooked food is fine...but most raw vegetables are not sanitized/ washed with sanitizing additive, and it is common in SE Asia for farm animals fecal material to be present in the fields...
There are reams of common sense information about eating fresh food in developing countries..
Most Westerners are unaware that almost all food that we eat has been dunked in a bath of water that contains bleach (chlorine) or iodine based sanitizers..