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TravelPod Member ReviewsUbud Dream
Lovely home stay , very central but away from the noise of the Main Street. 5 mins to ubud palace and monkey forest. Nice big clean rooms too.
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What an amazing 24 hours. After a loooong journey from Christchurch to Bali we finally made it to our first hotel in Jimbaran. Gorgeous hotel with a great swimming pool and much needed air conditioning in our room. As soon as we unloaded we headed straight to the beach as had been told it was the best place in Bali for fresh seafood platters. We …
Another great day in Bali. The weather was less humid today (just in case nana Kath asks!) but soooo hot and no where to escape from the heat. But nevertheless CJ insisted on a 10k walk to a cafe in the rice fields as it had amazing views and lots of local art stalls. The walk there was along the Main Street where every man we passed (there were a …
... to visit the temples surrounding us and had a great time. We were lucky to be the only ones so we basically had a private chauffeur all day long. The most impressive by far was Besakih, also known as the Mother Temple because it is the largest one in Bali. And big it is! We also went to Goa gajah (the elephant cave temple) and Kehen temple (the second largest in bali), passed some pretty rice paddies where we could take pictures and had a sneak peak at a hand weaving ...
... small bridge
connecting the temple to the main road. A few Asians were taking pictures in
front of the gate. A car inched near the kittens trying to decide if he could
continue without injury.
One of the Asians began gently nudging the kittens with his
foot. Fully annoyed, I said, “Or you could just pick them up”. He said “Oh”,
and debating about moving them with his hands. I walked up just in time to pick
them up and ...
... we went back to an old favourite restaurant of my families- Poppies. Poppies is a relatively posh restaurant in Kuta on Poppies Lane 1, inside it has beautiful tables and chairs and vines and plants everywhere. The food and drinks were amazing and we had such a nice meal. I had Nasi Goreng another very typical Indonesian dish. Gone are the days where I would only eat spaghetti bolognese!
Day 4- "Bali in a day"
Up earlier for breakfast as it's ...