Sunny Blow Villa Jepun
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunny Blow Villa Jepun Ubud
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... a lovely "flower petal"! I try with my clumsy hands to do like her, the cutting is just no way, the "sewing" of the leaves with little thin bamboo picks goes a little better.
The sewed flower receives a very special item, any leaf with in it betel leaf with pieced of Betel nuts and some lime stone dust, and a little coconut leaf flower, all sewed together. That is the sacred ...
... Toeng was so excited, he spent ages doing some colouring and was so pleased with it :) After lunch me and Tanya had a plan to make butterflies out of toilet roll tubes which turned out so well and were very cute. The group we had were all so well behaved and focused for the whole time, even Iluh, so it was a really lovely and relaxing afternoon. I did a dance lesson again today after class and I taught a new dance to Shine which they all enjoyed. Th girls were also ...
... all kinds of different things it was crazy and really busy with people shouting left, right and Center for out attention. I also had women coming up to me grabbing my trousers saying they had items the same 'did I want did I want' very annoying! From the market we took a walk to ubuds monkey forest, incredible! Even on ...
... German among themselves. Seven full days of social and course time was enough for me, and I was glad when the course ended and the place became calmer. I’m happy to be staying at Gaia-Oasis for a second week. I attended yoga sessions a few times, swam daily in the saltwater pool, ate less than I did last week – a good thing – and caught up on computer-based tasks. There are no radios or TVs, so I’m really having some dedicated quiet ...
... after some back and forth and me walking away I got them for $4 each - boom town!
We also decided to wash our clothes by hand today to save some money, which was an experience for me itself. Shaun was used to it from living on Waiheke. And finished the day with dinner at Umah Pizza down the road from our hotel. The pizza was pretty good and cheap, and of course we had Bintang, because no meal is complete without it.