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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... why machines take over some of the more traditional jobs which had always been done by hand. It was very hot by that fire.
She then showed us the 12 teas and coffees we would be tasting. of the coffees we like the "honeymoon coffee" the best (coffee with ginseng) and the Bali coffee the least (very bitter) but the teas were all really nice but we both agreed on our favourite - lemon grass tea with honey. So we bought some as it is easy to carry and would be a cheaper way ...
... grown in Bali!!) We chose this destination because we heard about the peaceful vibe and beautiful views... It does not disappoint!
Our hotel is in a valley surrounded by mountains, there are many farms in the area and a nice view of the highest mountain in bali from our restaurant : Mount Agung. We were considering going to the summit of this beautiful volcano but because the trek starts at 2 ...
... For comparison,
this is about 7 times as many as in the entire Caribbean. There is a wide range of dive sites with high quality reefs, all with their own specific attractions.
... terraces along a small trekking path and the view was magnificent. There was a cow tied up in one of the fields in a small hut and we stopped to say hello. It had the most beautiful eyes and Maria made me let it lick my hand, which felt a lot like a cat's tongue. Next we drove to the Ulundanu Beratan lake temple. The temple was very beautiful but there were a lot of tourists and we got several requests to take photos with them. It got old pretty quickly so we didn't spend a ...
... wrong, he didn't seem quite as happy or energetic as the day before.
At the coffee plantation, he was pretty good, pointing out stuff and showing me how to get at it, making me smell it.
The only thing was, he was on his phone more than half the time.
So he'd be talking on his bluetooth in Balinese, then pointing out durian to me in English.
When I was tasting coffees, him and the girl serving me chatted in Balinese the whole time.
When we got to the temple, he ...