Uma Agung Villas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUma Agung Villas Sidemen
Quiet lovely area, massage and food great, Pool very inviting and very well kept grounds. Need more visitors here. A lot to see in the area weaving tie dying etc.
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... and enjoy the friendliness of the locals working their fields. Near the end of the walk, Dewa brought us to his home to watch his mother who weaves traditional Balinese pieces for ceremonies such as weddings. So, after a long day of hiking through the jungle and terraces, we were back and headed out to dinner.
The next morning, one of the staff at our cottage asked where the broom had gotten ...
... hangover fecks off. In keeping with my tradition, I have booked a new hotel for tomorrow! Hopefully this time the room has wifi- all this walking back and forth is getting stressful... This will be my only update for today unless something unbelievable happens, which it won't as I'm staying indoors so good afternoon, good evening and good ...
... The gardens surrounding are lush and the car park multi story, we wait on the ground level for him to fetch us.
From landing to the car it takes 40 minutes.....waiting for our bags took the longest.
We arrive to our little gem and the staff greet us warmly and with a welcome back drink.
Our room is ready and so we settle in and un pack.
There is a new flat screen tv and tv desk unit which gives us even more space.
... Goreng with rice or noodles. We ventured up a little further to a pretty place a the top of the cliff called The Cashew Tree and I decided to be adventurous and ...
... the offerings continued to come. The community celebrated into the night. They will carry the remains/bones to the temple for blessings in the next days. The Hindu ceremony was beautiful.....both of us agreed it would be a good way to leave our bodies! Just not yet! The Villa is surrounded by rice terraces...locals had been cutting the rice, laying it on the mound to dry....then collecting bundles of it. At a central area they beat the grass to get the rice off, ...