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Set in immaculate gardents, the rooms are spacious with the largest beds you ever saw. Fridge, Air Con TV Phone. Fantastic balcony for greetin the dawn. Loud music from nearby restaurants seems to stop early. There's a breakfast of fruit, eggs, crossont & toast. No bar or restuarant - there are plenty nearby.
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... pictures. What we loved about this place is that it had a very tranquil atmosphere and the monkeys were allowed to roam about freely. Surprisingly, the monkeys were extremely friendly and actually loved interacting with tourists, especially when food was on offer. At one point, I was sitting on a bench when I felt a tug on my rucksack, only to find a baby monkey trying to open one of the zips.
To round off a great day, Tash had planned a ...
... culture. I have been to see some traditional Balinese dancing in the fantastic setting of the Ubud Palace, where the sultan himself would sometimes watch dances. I have also done a lot of yoga while I have been here, including Flying High Yoga, a type of yoga done hanging upside down, suspended from the ceiling. I have only been here a week but I certainly feel that I have seen Bali from all angles.
... unless you stand in this exact spot, on one leg, at 11:34pm, and recite the entire text of Alice in Wonderland, you aren’t going to get a connection worth ****. Even IndoSat has deemed the Sari Villas Sanur to be a gaping black hole in the internet world, so 3G was equally a waste of time, most of the time. Fortunately, this was to become a liberating bonus for me, as I was able to focus on taking notes and enjoying my holiday, instead of keeping up with all of you in ...
... of festival in progress which involved lots of food being piled on tables and many people wearing brightly-coloured sashes. Eventually we found ourselves following a coach up the steep, winding road into Bedugul, and emerged by the crater lake which is home to the temple.
The water temple itself was a small building on a jetty on the edge of the lake. As we'd found with many of the temples in Indonesia (and across much ...
After just a couple of days in Kuta, Helen and I decided to head north a new hours so Ubud where I had arranged to meet Skye.
Ubud is regarded as the cultural centre of Bali. It is famous as an arts and crafts hub, and much of the town and nearby villages seems to consist of artists' workshops and galleries. There are some remarkable architectural and other sights to be found, and a general feeling of well being to be enjoyed, all thanks to the spirit, surroundings, ...