- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... done in Australia. We asked the family at our accommodation if they had any recommendations as to the best way to see some of the temples outside Ubud. No surprise they told us to rent a scooter and said it was easy to find the temples we wanted to see. On our trip I'm trying to be more adventurous and open to trying new things, so as long as Jonah was comfortable driving I was game to give the scooter a try. For 50,000 Rp ($5), we had our wheels for the day and after a ...
... asked if we could watch her. She said she had to make 80 plus more decorations for the big day. She asked if we wanted to have a go and of course we got stuck straight in although even making a tiny basket isn’t as easy as it looks and we had a feeling we were more of a hindrance than help! But she was very patient with us and seemed to enjoy practicing her English with us so we sat ...
... here but in a different way to the island's coastal paradise resorts. This town exhibits a different side of Balinese culture and way of life... aside from lying on sunloungers/beach bean bags sipping Pina Coladas. Both of these sides really are just as wonderful as each other, but Ubud was for me, personally, my favourite part of Bali so far! I feel I have seen the real Bali now and you are also not too far from the beaches here by minibus/Taksi ...
... called Jappa for about $10 a gram that is apparently made from a mix of legal herbs, including lemongrass, but which slams into your head within 5 seconds of puff, lasts as long as strong dope and feels like a mix of super strong skunk and opium. Smoked the **** weed in a day and morning before leaving, during when I learned possession would get me 5 years in prison or a $50,000 fine with possible release in a year.
I managed to avoid ...
... was a process of making coffee. Then we were able to sample a number of different coffees, teas and cocoas. Our journey continued to a volcano which was last active in 1994. It was foggy as we were so far up and the clouds were thick. We ate lunch with a grand view of the volcano before leaving for our final part of the day. Finally we visited rice terraces which are vast steps of green ...