Sunny Blow Villa Jepun
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of course i ended up with 2 sarongs, a dress and a top. New i can't get my bag could.
We sampled some local fare and indulged in some delicious mojitos and slings and a fresh young coconut with included entertainment.
It was great to have a cool of in the pool before gathering at 6 to meet our tour guide and fellow travelers. Seem like a nice ...
... a bit so everyone was trying to squish under the shelter of the porch roof. Maria and I ate our dinner and decided to leave because it wasn't very fun. Instead we got a couple of beers and sat outside of on the porch of our house and Maria taught me to play Rummy with my deck of cards. We ended up adopting ridiculous fake Russian accents and basically descended into incomprehensible fit of laughter. It was a fun night and a great chance for us to catch up.
... all together :-) Bali is amazing, we loved it after only one day! We thought about going to Africa for a month before we came home but have already decided to extend our visas here and say for a full 2 months!!! Will travel out of Ubud and Bali but we are really happy here :-D The next morning we got up in time for yoga at 8am, after only about 5 hours sleep :-/ it was a good workout so we treated ourselves and went back to our salon ...
... got back to the main road, we saw a tourist information point across the road. Because our hostel room is so uncomfortable and we've seen the main thing we came to Senaru for in the first place we really wanted to find a way back to senggigi tonight so we can head back to Bali tomorrow (as we are under quite a time restraint). The tour office basically told us there was no way of getting back apart from hiring a private car which would cost about 450000 rupiah, much ...
... of the place. It is a completely different scene from the drunken tourism in Kuta and has a definite laid back feel.
While Ubud seems to outsiders like one small town, it is in fact fourteen villages, each run by its own banjar (village committee). Ubud has grown rapidly, and some central parts are creaking under the strain of coping with the number of visitors. Growth continues apace, but there are still terraced rice fields along the rivers, and away from the town ...