Pande Permai Bungalows
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We got the boat back to Bali with no hammering needed! Hoorah. The journey went really smoothly, I think it must have been a choppy day on the way there. We came back to ubud because we had a return ticket, we planned on staying for a night and then going to Seminyak, a beach on the west coast to meet 2 new friends we made on Gilli. But when we googled it it just sounded expensive and another samey beach, Anna still wanted to go so we just ...
... internet shop. I asked them. They didn’t know. I left. I asked a taxi driver down the way. He didn’t know. I asked another tour operator. Nope.
I went back to the corner internet place and sat down to get the address. Finally I got it and asked the attendant where it was. She shrugged.
“Map?” I looked on the site but there wasn’t a map. Frustrated, hot, and slightly buzzed, I left to go find a taxi ...
... how we score them. What tourist would flunk a local trying to learn English? Alex and I got massages in a beautiful spa with a crazy fancy room. She went for the epic 4-hand massage (two therapists at once) , but I stuck to the normal 2. Feeling like Jello, we met back up with Mark who had a solid dose of man time with a beer across the street. That afternoon we got back into our tripped out Toyota and made our way to Kuta, the famous beach town down ...
... the way back. Believe it or not, I didn't go to any lengths to get this footage, it was just an average 30 seconds of the journey and will hopefully give some indication as to what the roads are like!
I am quite frankly surprised that you don't see more accidents. Whilst we did see one on the return trip (two motor bikes on the opposite site of the road collided head on), I would have thought it be a more common occurrence!
... Mum and Dad’s first time on an elephant and they really enjoyed it. We watched a short elephant show and then had some fantastic food for dinner. The following day we got up early to help bath and also swim with the elephants… and some very chunky pieces of elephant dung…. we kept our mouths well and truly shut! Following this we had a ride through the park before saying goodbye and heading back for one more night in Ubud before flying to Lombok.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPande Permai Bungalows Ubud
Quiet, serene, peaceful, big bath tub, Balinese garden, swimming pool, strategic location - walking distance to nearby restaurants, Ubud Market and Monkey Forest
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