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TravelPod Member ReviewsJati 3 Bungalows Ubud
it was a bit too expensive, but beautiful
and they advertised yoga but didnt have it
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... the calming flow of trickling streams nearby, the cafes there are idyllic for a morning. Coffee (note I'm about 20mins ahead of the tourist buses it seems) the relic itself is nice but if you've seen other temples it's nothing special, except its carved into the rock wall. The lp is right though, it is lovely here. Donation elicited by lady (she said Ganesha whilst flinging water at me). I made my way back to the bike with dewa, [my guide]. Looking back I was amused to see ...
... in central Bali, famous for its rice fields and organic, hippy-like vibe (and location of the book and Hollywood film 'Eat, Pray, Love’). We’re hoping it’ll give us a better glimpse of the real Bali, one away from the beaches and hedonistic party scene of the south. We finally reach Ubud mid-afternoon and we’re dropped in a somewhat inconvenient car park on the outskirts of the town, the driver wanting more cash to drop us directly! It’s ...
... on. I was growing sicker by the moment
and was tempted to ask him to pull over so I could throw up. It seemed ages of
going through the green mountains but we arrived at the place for a waterfall.
Although the path was paved, it looked like it was built
ages ago. A few shanties were scattered about with various souvenirs and
snacks. No one was really about so I had the path by myself. Up and down on the
paved road I walked. I heard the ...
... because the guide is not a paid guide but earns based on the privilege of guiding her tourists into her shop and encouraging sales with an implied sense of guilt if no purchase is made at the end. Of course we did the right thing and bought a couple of dresses. On to Tanhlot Temple for the sunset which was worth the trouble. The temple is carved out of a natural rock outcrop at waters edge. We elected to take up a ...
... We all thought this was hilarious, especially after a couple of drinks!
We all spent the last couple of days on the island sunbathing, enjoying meals and good wine together, which was lovely. We had all agreed to meet up back on Bali main island for dinner the day we got back, and would also meet up when we arrived over in Melbourne too.
Sophie and Ella had hired the motorcycle from Le Pirate Beach Club, so all three of us had the dilemma of how we were going to get ...