Junjungan Ubud Hotel and Spa
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... to get out of my room, I had a very nice wander through Ubid and explored some parts I had never been to. I stopped and talked to some of the local, who are always so friendly and helpful, before getting a juice in a cafe and reading my book. When Mel finished yoga we met for some dinner at a raw food cafe which was sooo good! Everything on the menue was gf and veggie so I was spoilt for choice. In the end I went for Italian style Zucchini pasta which was incredable!! ...
The day started at 1.30am to be ready by 2am for our driver who was driving us 1 hour to where we would start our trek in the dark. You are able to hire a jacket which I did for 50k IDR and you will most certainly need this at the top. There are also toilets here too. We trekked for about 2 hours and the first half was not very difficult at all its dark but a nice steady uphill walk. Then the steep bit starts and I was definitely warmed up for this. The ...
... its grounds which is 300 years old, monkeys start to appear more and more frequent until we meet a small group who obviously know we have nuts for them. The monkeys are wild here but are used to people so are very tame. The guide instructs us to open our hand flat and let the monkeys take the nuts out of our hand. We progress to sitting down and let the monkeys sit on our laps then the guide holds one up by my shoulder and a monkey runs up my leg onto my shoulder. ...
... if they think there's the possibility of getting food out of them. However, if that doesn't work, they just downright steal things, anything shiny or smells of food. If you put up a fight they will bite and/or scratch you. It's kind of like being mugged...by a monkey.
Therefore before entering the forest anything that seemed like it might attract attention from the monkeys was temporarily packed away. IPod? Put ...
... a rather panicky call to England to report Lynne's lost or stolen mobile, which magically disappeared from our rucksacks after a flight to Bali. - As you would expect, when you phone the emergency lost phone number (foreign version) you get a robot voice explaining a long list of 5 options. - Three menus later, -you are losing the will to live, and the nice man whose phone you've borrowed is looking kind of concerned.
We went on our 1st night here to Ubud ...