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I had to take Jonny to Ubud...so here we are!
We rented a bike in Kuta, I drove here and we didn't even get lost!!! ^^
... of the volcano from an eruption in the 60s, although there was a more recent eruption in 2000. This ash is continually mined for volcanic rock which is used as building material by people living in the surrounding villages. On one side of Lake Batur, there is a small village that does not cremate or bury their dead, but rather let the bodies decompose while covered. Once the body is just a skeleton, they cremate the bones only.
Once breakfast was ...
... are a legend!
The drive was about 1.5 hours long and with the sun on our backs, up the mountains we went, our own little motorbike gang. Sharing jokes along the way, testing the oncoming traffic. Pausing to admire the view, the scenery was simply stunning. Geoff armed with his go pro camera strapped to his chest, would later allow us to see just what we got up to that day. Sadly the videos are very large files folks so I can’t share them with you right now. ...
We went out for a guided tour of the Ubud area with the son of the homestay,s owner, we travelled in style in a large new vehicle and set off at 0930. The area is great to explore and the countryside is so green and village after village full of temples and everywhere so clean.
Our travels took in 3 large temples a coffee plantation and a spectacular Rice Plateau.
The temples are built in locations which are always near ...
... Nuryani hotel, lovely view of paddies out back, breakfast and spacious room with bathroom. Wandered the pretty streets of Ubud in the dark, cool restaurants playing live music and lit up nicely. Had a great dinner along monkey forest, walked around the football pitch and back for ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKajeng Bungalows Ubud
If a swimming pool is a necessity, this is the place to stay. A hot thermos and breakfast free every day. It's also a lovely street to walk on with drawings and writings in all the 2' square cement sidewalk slabs. Good cheap food right across the street with Wi Fi
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