Yulia Village Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYulia Village Inn Ubud
Very comfortable and centrally located. Breakfasts are decent with a few made-to-order options. Rooms were comfy with hot showers and A/C. Small pool and decent WiFi. It is right on the main strip in Ubud, so it can be loud at night.
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We planned to spend four days in Bali, but between logistical issues and wanting to spend more time in the Komodo Islands we only ended up with one full day there (we did have four nights, but they were broken up into three chunks of 1-2-1). Our only significant time was spent in Ubud, which is probably the most famous place in Bali thanks to "Eat …
... I walked up to the Ubud Palace (I was a sweaty mass when I finally got there) only to find you could walk around it in 5 minutes and there was nothing to see. Then I went to the 'famous' Ubud market, which was, well, a market. There was nothing special or exotic about it, it was just a common or garden market that you would and can find anywhere.
I think Ubud has shown me more or less all it has to offer. Time to move on.
... taken our seats, set out in an elevated circle around the performance area, a group of about 50 men walked in and sat in circles, leaving just a few feet left for the performance. These men would provide the soundtrack to the show, and were nothing short of incredible.
We were given leaflets explaining the plot, which came from the Hindu epic Ramayana, and then the men started to chant. Using only their mouths, they set the show to music, and it was hard to believe ...
... to go, the whole reason for this adventure was to celebrate and share Bryce's 40th Birthday on New Years Eve, so many thanks to our Australian living Aitchison's Bryce, Cherie, Josh, Marcus and Ruby, many thanks to our friends in Bali who made a difference to our time, Putu, Adil, Cuk, Wayan, Kora at Chai T House and Nengah, Ni Nengah and Wayan at Villa Rindik.
Selamat Tinggal, Selamat Jalan!!!
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No other way, but to call a taxi to airport, as hotel car is booked this morning. And for good - taxi to airport cost 50 000 in comparison hotel car drop-off 95 000. In airport we definitely should find Lionair Office to order approval of delayed flight for insurance company as previous evening our hotel manager tried to reach them bus unsuccessfully (she explained that if too many calls come in contact center, they just ignore ..nice)…but as in ...