Jati 3 Bungalows
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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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... Such a lovely last night in Ubud. Today we had a day trip around Ubud, ending by a volcano, mount batur, where I'll be staying for the next few days (alone again!). We started at the Goa Gajah, a temple within a cave and some amazing forested areas, really pretty. We actually got a little lost and ended up following signs to a temple that wasn't there, ending up back on the street outside! The second place was another temple complex down 350 steps. Here were ...
... thought out as we had expected. First off, none of us and a clue where it was - cue Paul and his amazing magic GPS tablet to find the way. Then Katerin's bike had some technical issues and we were waiting for a replacement for a while. Mary very kindly lend us her bike so we didn't have to rent one, and with the map to hand we set off. We took a wrong turn or two, but it all seemed to be going well until my lack of familiarity with Paul's tablet meant that I accidentally lost all ...
... The Farmers and the audience was quite receptive.
At one point we organised a bike tour of seven, to the northern end of the island and back down along the east coast. One night in the freezing cold mountains, we spent a few hours shivering on the bikes while negotiating for the cheapest stay. Two nights on different beach, the last of which was the piece de resistance. It was White Sands beach, a tourist mayhem by day, but by nightfall it clears ...
... on, the price starts to drop to see if they can entice you.
After wandering through the market, we piled into the van and went off to the cook’s house. The house was constructed in the traditional Balinese style where there are several buildings all within a single compound and most of the family resides within the compound. We were given a welcome drink of palm sugar, water, honey and lime which was very refreshing. As ...
... No fridge. Now this is something we rely on when you've got kids- especially as the room had 'free water' but it was so hot you couldn't drink it. And no bins- not ideal when you have a baby with nappies! Don't get me wrong, we've been staying in rooms for under £10, we just expected more given this room was very pricey! None of these things were deal breakers though- not even the fact the only way to lock your door was by a padlock that left a gap of about ...