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TravelPod Member ReviewsSamhita Garden Ubud
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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... beautiful Balinese countryside. We had the overwhelming pleasure of repeating this activity twice a day, six times a week, for four weeks.
2. Meeting our exceptional yoga gurus, Prem and Radha, and taking Mysore class instruction from them six days a week, for four weeks, at their beautiful yoga Shala.
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