Nefatari Exclusive Villas
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Kuta. Just the odd yell of "taxi!", instead of "Valium!".
Julie had registered for a yoga retreat, and I was looking forward to taking in a class or two. We had traveled with our new family Chehab, Lucie and Nicolas and settled in. The next morning we decided to take in the Mount Batur volcano trek. You leave Ubud at 2 am to get the volcano and hike up to see sunrise. As a little twist, we decided to rent bikes, and drive ourselves there, a bit adventurous ...
... out in the deep valley it almost didn't look real! There were a few shack like restaurants with perfect views across the valley so we parked up the moped and feasted our eyes on the view and our bellies on Indonesian rice that had come from the very hills we were looking at!
It was evident that everyone was preparing for a big festival, not just in Ubud but every street we ...
... complaining or it's off to chokey with you. Your choice. Not to mention the 'thinly' veiled death threats if we should ever try to bring drugs into the country. I wasn't sure if medication counted, but I thought I'd be a devil and risk going through without saying anything. Anyway, the point is I couldn't read any of these signs without....my glasses. So there I was chilling to my music inside the airport. Everyone was staring at me, thinking either "Hey! ...
... farmersyardbali.com, and every morning I would walk down to the local market for another bag of fresh vegetables and fruit, with two freshly grilled fish and a couple of beers on the way back. Plus a bag of chips, carton of milk and anything else I fancied. My diet certainly turned some eyebrows. We jammed at a few venues and I eventually hooked up with my viola with one of the local guitar players and a percussionist from Japan. I suggested we ...
... the price and were amazed at how the price could vary from one shop to another. We knew what the price should be roughly because we had asked in Banjar, so at least we had a starting point. We didn’t even bother to bargain with some of them because they were starting so much higher than others that we would have had to start bargaining at 1/7th of what they were asking! We walked down the main shopping streets in ...