Sunny Blow Villa Jepun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... advised us of the price before going to eat her packed lunch in the car stood watching us all and offered absolutely no help or advice whatsoever. I thought the whole point of having a local guide is that they would get you the best prices and take you to some great places, but she let us down on both fronts. Really frustrated bordering on angry, I got back in the car and we set off for Jatiluwih. The rice paddies of Jatiluwih are not only breathtaking beautiful, but also ...
... in one of the buildings of paintings done in a “miniature” style that is still actively practiced near Ubud. The amount of detail packed into every square inch of the paintings was absolutely phenomenal. We really enjoyed see these paintings and some were internationally exhibited artists as young as twenty years old. These original paintings were for sale and it was unbelievable that the most expensive one was only $2500!
... worst treatment you will ever receive. After 5 hours of waiting around for the luggage they were responsible for the least I would expect is some help to carry it off the boat. Instead I had him demanding that I hurry up, some rude Australian girl telling me to calm down when I was getting annoyed that he wouldn't help and some other porter guy trying to rip me off telling me to pay him for help. Following all this, we were then told that no , we would not be receiving a lift to Candi ...
... freaking cold it would be. We just had to harden up!
Off we went with Jenny our 20 year old guide. The initial walk was easy and flat, but Jenny was setting a pretty quick pace! We got to the foot of the Volcano and as it was pitch black we couldn't actually see where we were going. Quickly we realised, this was not going to be a walk in the park as the steady slope turned into what seemed to be a vertical climb. Along the way we then learn ...
... guesthouse so after a quick HOT shower (which was rather exciting after the two weeks of cold showers) I headed off to meet the girls. Central Ubud is about a 25-minute walk along the outskirts of the monkey forest. If I’m totally honest, it doesn’t even feel that long because there’s so much to see! Despite it being 11.30am, we were absolutely starving so headed to Nomad to have some lunch that was lovingly washed down ...