Pande Permai Bungalows
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Quiet, serene, peaceful, big bath tub, Balinese garden, swimming pool, strategic location - walking distance to nearby restaurants, attractions, Ubud Market and Monkey Forest
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Day 4 : Hotel –> Ubud market –> Tegalalang –> Gunung Kawi (Sebatu Temple) –> Luwak Coffee –> Kintamani –> Pura Ulun Danu Batur –> Tegenungan –> Hotel
On day 4, after our breakfast, our first location was the Ubud market. Having scouted the place …
Day 3 : Hotel –> Mas –> Batu Bulan –> Celuk –> Batuan (twin temples) –> Ubud –> Bu Oka –> Puri Saren Agung –> Goa Gajah –> Yeh Pulu –> Hotel
"Heartland of Bali"
In Ubud, its known for its living arts and cultural activities - there are many …
... but the walk through it was kind of pointless. There were stops all throughout it with huts of people demanding donations.
On the second day, we went to the most beautiful temple I will see until Angkor Wat, I'm sure. The taman ayun temple (the heart temple) is an 11th century temple located deep in the mountains of Bali in a calm lake. YES, in the lake. During High tide you can't get to the temple. The clouds stuck to the mountain around ...
... in to our hotel and thus far there have been no Marigold experiences. Very comfy and again the staff are just wonderful. We had dinner and drinks in the town last night and this is a good time to inform you that I will, at every opportunity, pass comment on the culinary delights of all the places that I will visit. This will also include an assessment of the local beer and sometimes the wine.
Our dinner was a smorgasboard for two of ...
... island which we spent at Villa Arya, on the 'main street' (if there was such a thing on the island!) It was simple and basic and we went for a fan room (Emma and Iryna opted for the slightly more expensive air con). The next morning we ate our breakfast- toast, tea and juice brought to our veranda before heading off to our next stop a little further around the island. We went in a taxi, after a little bartering, to Tamarind bungalows, on tamarind beach where we ended ...