Amori Villa

Address: Br. Dukuh, Pejeng Kawan, Ubud, Bali, 80552, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Br. Dukuh, Pejeng Kawan, Ubud, is near Bali Safari & Marine Park, Bali Bird Park, The Blanco Renaissance Museum, and Batik Factory.
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      Travel Blogs from Ubud

      Home Again in Ubud, Bali

      A travel blog entry by dreamchasers on Mar 21, 2015

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... it a day of rest by turning of all lights for the entire day. It is also believed that the silence discourages the evil spirits from returning, having been appeased by the creation of huge evil spirit representations by villagers everywhere in their honor, all of which were loudly and ceremoniously paraded the previous evening throughout the towns and villages of Bali.  As we take advantage of this opportunity to reflect, I must say that ...

      Not at all what I imagined

      A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Feb 25, 2015

      15 photos

      ... paddy. Sadly the second figure seems more likely - AUD11 for hours of back breaking work planting 1000m2 of muddy rice paddy. Gee we have it easy...

      The heat was getting to both of us but I reckon more so Wayan. He was stopping under every tree, wetting his arms in the irrigation channels as he was getting burnt. I was 30+ed up to my eyeballs. He was as glad as I was when we got back to his car.

      Lunch at Wayan's home/homestay is included in ...

      Monday :)

      A travel blog entry by eloiseroseby on Jan 19, 2015

      Today was a very hard day and it really hit me how little the children have. The ramps they have are so steep and uneven that it takes 4/5 people to safely (still very dangerous) get the wheel chairs, which are so old and heavy, down them. Once they have come down we then wheel the chairs over bumpy concrete full of holes and mud down another steep hill that again requires 4 people to stop it rolling away, before ...

      Cooking class & Tour.....Bali Style.

      A travel blog entry by davenjules on Oct 28, 2014

      36 photos

      ... knife that usually come as a set ( I bought a set to bring home as they are awesome) as well as a Balinese food processor which is like a mortar & pestle but the grinding stone is a flat surface like a plate with raised edges and made from stone or coconut husk and the pestle is shaped a little like a cows horn with a rounded end for crushing, grinding and pulverizing. Balinese hammer or crush most spices etc with this cleaver before chopping ...


      A travel blog entry by mrsfd on Oct 02, 2014

      ... our bodies, finding our way to the seafront and a surfer cafe for a distinctly non-local, but nonetheless delicious burger for lunch. On Monday we went surfing which was great fun - for those of you who have only surfed in England, you've really got to try it somewhere hot - getting out behind the break line is much nicer when the water is warm and you don't have to worry about getting into/out of a wetsuit! We had a go at a variety of Indonesian dishes in the evening, eating at ...