Kori Ubud Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKori Ubud Resort
Great staff, big rooms, lovely setting.
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After three weeks of daily volunteering at Saba Rare kindergarten, my time as a teacher is over. In the last week it has been amazing to see so many of the children open up and start to use the English words we taught them in daily conversation. Progress was slow but visible, and it warmed our hearts to see our students run to their parents after class and excitedly yell out the English words they had learned in the lesson. Even the ...
... of cold Coke during our time here!
Our drive to Ubud passed through many small local villages and it was interesting to learn about village dynamics from our driver Iowan (the lovely man who we booked again.) Apparently there are more Hindu temples than houses in Bali but as you drive around it's clear to see how.
Each village has at least 3 village temples ...
... of silent dogs and roosters so quiet nights full of soft breeze in the palm sounds - so soothing.
I haven't done anything tourist like except change money and buy SIM cards for the phone and ipad.
This morning I had a long conversation with a local who was watching the flag raising ceremony in Djarkarta on TV. Today - 17th August is Independence Day in Indonesia and it's 69 years old. All the streets are decorated with red and white ...
... than half decent - I definitely would recommend Sri Bungalows - I ventured out in search of food and drink.
There were so many establishments to choose from that in the end I decided on one that had a musician playing classic pop songs. This is where I had my first contact with Indonesian beer. First Bali Hai swiftly followed by Bintang (I half expect to hear a whiplash after saying that). Bali Hai ...
... along a rectangular one way path occasionally tapping the stick and making a noise to either attract or deter the monkeys...still not sure on this one! The highlight though were the mothers with babies, the youngest a one week old ......so cute. Once you finish the tour you are guided into one of about 40 shops with the number that corresponds to the one your guide is wearing, where you feel obliged to buy a couple ...